nashre alpha

Nashre Alpha (Alpha Publishing) is an imprint of Wisehouse Publishing.

Nashre Alpha is a major public domain POD reprint publisher of literature and non-fiction in Farsi (Persian) language for exclusive distribution within the countries which are signatory parties of the Berne Copyright Convention – distribution zones of Nashre Alpha. Nashre Alpha uses different world class POD providers for print and distribution of its works — among others amazon’s Createspace. Independent of which print and distributor Nashre Alpha would use for publishing a title, all publisher responsibilities remains solely to Nashre Alpha.

For general questions, please contact Nashre Alpha by email: contact@nashre-alpha.com

For rights and Berne Convention matters, please contact our legal department by email: lawyers@nashre-alpha.com

Works published by Nashre Alpha have been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law within the distribution zones of Nahsre Alpha, including all related and neighboring rights. You can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission. See Other Information below.

  • The work may not be free of known copyright restrictions in all jurisdictions.
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  • Despite the above mentioned terms, at any time and for each book title the copyright terms as indicated on the impress page of that book shall prevail.