Interesting fact of the day: According to literary copyright laws, an authors work becomes public domain 70 years after their death. So, you can write your own book set in the wildly popular lands of, oh, I dunno, Wonderland, Oz, and Neverland, with no legal backlash, whatsoever! You are going to have to either wait a few more years or pay copyright fees to the families of the author whose work you want to use if they haven't been dead for 70 years. So, no Narnia or Middle Earth for a while more, kiddies! And we'll all be dead by the time anyone gets to use Hogwarts as a setting for their book. You know, aside from the goddess herself, J.K. Rowling.
So I can use Avalon, Camelot without a problem??
Probably, yeah. The story of Camelot is several hundred years old, so you should be good.
Yay!! I had this idea but was scared some descendant of the reader would sue me or somethin.
I don't think anybody knows who originally told the tale of camelot, so...
It's supposed to be the greatest kingdom cause fair king and blah. It kinda disappeared during a war.
It's so much fun knowing random differences between literary and tv/movie copyright laws
Aaaa cool~! And danggg no Narnia and Hogwarts for usss TTwTT
I think a decade more before we can use Narnia. But 70+ until Hogwarts. Of course, since J.K. Rowling is a goddess, she'll never die.
*grins evilly* oh, this is good to know