For any authors in the UK… this might be of interest to you.
ARE YOU A PUBLISHED UK AUTHOR WITH YOUR BOOKS IN LIBRARIES?
Don’t forget to register for your Public Lending Right. If your printed books and audio-books are borrowed from UK public libraries you may be eligible for payment through the government-funded Public Lending Right scheme. All you have to do is apply to the PLR office for registration and provide details of your books. Writers, illustrators, photographers, editors, translators, narrators, producers and abridgers can apply. Where there is more than one contributor to a book the PLR is shared. Anyone resident in the UK or in any of the other countries within the European Economic Area can apply. The amount payable is based on the estimated number of times registered books are borrowed nationally during the PLR year (1 July – 30 June). Payments are made annually each February. (There were over 22,000 recipients in 2018…
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