The Press: Bookman Sold

"At no time has its publisher or its editor felt entirely free to edit the magazine in that spirit of complete independence which is so necessary to a critical literary magazine."

This graceful confession came last week from Publisher George H. Doran of Manhattan. His magazine is the Bookman (monthly). His editor is John Chipman Farrar. The purpose of the confession was to explain the sale of the Bookman to Burton Rascoe and Eeward B. Collins, for an unannounced sum. The new owners will commence with the September issue.

Doran-Farrar. The Bookman...

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