"Who owns the Rights?" is a new regular feature we're running covering the issue of who owns the rights to famous literary estates and authors' works, and allowing board members to investigate. Given how hard it can be to track owners, we make no guarantee we will find them. Alan Garner wrote several of the best known children's books in British literature, including The Wierdstone of Brisingamen and Elidor. Fantasy stories based in the real world, revolving around folktales and with complex and beautifully described worlds, many generations of children grew up on his works. His works have been converted to film, including for children's television with certain degrees of accuracy, but in their original form they still bring joy to many. So, who owns the rights?