Writers' digital row with library

The Beeb Reports Scores of writers are refusing to let their works be scanned for an online archive at the National Library of Wales because they are not being paid. The library aims to gain permission to digitise the contents of 90 journals, published since 1900, from the publishers. Some 600,000 pages of Welsh literary works, including poetry, translations and reviews, will be put online.

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