Books: Junk Man

Eighteen months ago, smart, redheaded Publisher John Farrar (Farrar & Rinehart) published a book called Life Is My Song, the autobiography of Poet John Gould Fletcher, a year later published his Selected Poems. Last month Poet Fletcher won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, and demand for his books revived. But Publishers Farrar & Rinehart had thrown away their chance to make any money on Fletcher's autobiography. The week before, they had sold their remaining stock of Life Is "remainders" My named Song to Max a Salop. dealer in book Max Salop, literary junk...

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