I know the forum has stuff on this, but I couldn't find it. The basic idea is this. I love the idea of working with someone for a writing project. Most often though, it is usually something that never happens. The other party pulls out. This time. I think I found someone to whom really will follow through. I hate the idea of a contract, as if I don't trust the other party. But for a long collaberation with the goal of eventually publication it sounds very wise to strike up a contract. Not just for me but for them too, so they can have the peace of mind to know I can't double cross. Not that I would, but again. Grown-ups working together is usually based on more than just ones word. Here is the thing. I have no idea how that works. Anyone have like a form? Know of the fom? The artist in question is not in the same Country as me. Does that affect it? In this case, we are both plan to bring actual writing to the table, but the other party is bringing more a technical side to the work, while I am using a character from a series of mine. So does that affect how the contrast is drawn up? Since obviously I don't want a contrast to take away my rights to the character. I feel really bad for having to even ask this stuff. Seriously! I trust the other person! I wouldn't want to work with them if I didn't. Thanks for the help.