If you get a story and/or photos published in an e-zine, it seems that it's so easy for others to - it sounds harsh, but steal your work. I've got one story with photos under review for publication with an e-zine now. And since it's my first story for an e-zine, I'm concerned about both other individuals perhaps copying the story and selling it as well as the e-zine itself selling it to other publications. I am not saying my story and photos are so wonderful that everyone is going to be grabbing them off of cyberspace for themselves. But it seems this would be a common issue of concern for writers and photographers, and I don't see anyone addressing it. Does anyone have any advice about how to prevent this from happening? Do e-zines typically have a contract you sign? If e-zines do re-print your work elsewhere, do they typically leave in your byline? Has anyone had any experience with work being stolen? Thank you for your help.