Can I put a poem on here that my wife published if she has geiven me permission to do so?
I don't see why not, just post her name at the bottom....
I definitely agree with Margaret... Whenever you credit someone whether you link to their website or name them, it is acceptable. You can say "Printed with Permission from (and then add your wife's first and last name or initial. If you want to add the date, either that the permission was given or date of writing (written July 8, 1993) that would be an extra nice thing for the reader to know. You can add the copyright symbol as well to let people know this is not for reprint without giving credit to your wife
by Mrs. Menagerie 7 years ago
Do I need permission to put a link to another website on my Hub?
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