Bob Dylan Gets Tangled Up in Book Autograph Controversy

Simon & Schuster sold 900 signed copies of the singer’s new essay collection, but superfans and internet sleuths noticed something wasn’t right with the autograph. Now the publisher is issuing refunds. Continue reading at 'The New York Times'

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Simon & Schuster apologized to customers who paid $600 for a signed, limited-edition copy of Bob Dylan's new book and got a replica autograph instead. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Here are the songs Bob Dylan is writing about in his forthcoming book on “modern song.”

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A new book on songwriting is coming from Bob Dylan.

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‘The Double Life of Bob Dylan’ is the definitive account of a shape-shifting genius’s early years

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