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At WAY OF THE RAIL, we care deeply about our readers. However, we cannot accept responsibility for any consequence arising from the use of our guides. We make every effort to ensure that our guidebooks are up to date when each edition goes to print. If you find that the information given in our guide is no longer current, please let us know. We welcome any comments about our guides, and we will make every effort to incorporate our readers’ suggestions and make our guides as practical and useful as possible.
To thank you for your suggestions and feedback, we will send a free copy of our guide to readers whose information or ideas are incorporated in the next edition.
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If you are interested in licensing the content of our Map Guide/Guidebook series or of our website, please send details to Content Licensing.
It is also possible to license our pictures. If you are interested, please send request to Photography with the details of the relevant Map Guide/Guidebook title, its date of publication, and page number/s for the photographs you would like to license. A reproduction fee will be charged for any licensed use, and a search fee will be charged for multiple requests.
Please note that the copyright of the majority of images in our guides belongs to individual photographers and agencies. We do our best to provide contact details but cannot guarantee to have relevant information available in all cases.
We frequently receive inquiries about getting published. WAY OF THE RAIL doesn’t accept unsolicited manuscripts, we can offer the following advice on getting your materials printed.
Your local library is a great resource for aspiring writers. There, you’ll find a wealth of information on writing and the publishing process. Three guides that are particularly useful for Canadian writers are The Book Trade in Canada, the Canadian Publishers Directory, and The Canadian Writer’s Market.
When you feel that your work is ready to go to print, you should look for a literary agent. An agent can objectively advise you on your work and on the most suitable publisher to approach with your manuscript. What’s more, an agent can negotiate the best deal with the publisher on your behalf. A comprehensive listing of Canadian literary agents can be found in The Canadian Writer’s Guide published by Fitzhenry and Whiteside. We wish you the best of luck in your endeavour and hope you have every success in placing your work.
We wish you the best of luck in your endeavour and hope you have every success in placing your work.
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If you are a foreign publisher and are interested in publishing any of our guidebooks in another language, please send details to Foreign Rights.