I am compiling a non-partisan collection of writings in response to the re-election of President George W. Bush, primarily aimed at and written by young people. I have created a website with information about the project, and have been advised to include a statement on copyright.
and I have been hashing out various bits, and so far I've come up with the following:
Only works with permission of the author/owner will be included. Do not submit any works copyrighted by anyone except yourself. Original works are copyrighted upon creation.
The editor of SpeakOut reserves the right to accept and reject submissions as seen fit. SpeakOut also claims the right to edit for spelling and grammar, but not content, without express permission by the author.
Authors retain the copyright privileges of their work, and are encouraged to add "Copyright [dates] by [author/owner]."
What else should I include? Is there anything I need to be worried about? (Has anyone else ever done anything like this?)