Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Just in case it's necessary...

Heliumpunk is copyright 2007 by Erin Palette.

Go here to read about copyright and the Internet.

That said, let me explain what I mean. I'm not for one instant claiming that no one can write a story using the basic conceit of He@, which is "A future or near-future setting where anachronistic and obsolete technology is given a new lease on life, not just because it is cool, but for plausible reasons within the setting." That would be greedy, and if my work inspires others, I'm flattered.

What I am saying is that when I discuss He@ on this site, I am specifically talking about my novel-in-progress unless I say otherwise. Thus, anything in regards to the book -- be it characters, setting, plot or plot elements -- is copyrighted inasmuch as these things can be.

This entry has been written for the express purpose of covering my rear end legally. Decent folks have nothing to fear from it.


  1. I found this artwork and it reminded me of this post, so I thought I'd share it =)

  2. grr, got cut off.


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