Bob Dylan He apologized to fans who bought what they thought were hand-signed copies of his new book, Modern song philosophy, but it was later revealed to contain autographed copies of the songwriter. He took to social media on Friday (November 25) to address the issue, claiming he used an automated autograph machine after a “bad case of vertigo” left him unable to sign some $599 books.
“I have learned that there has been some controversy over signatures on some of my recent art prints and on a limited edition of Modern song philosophyhe wrote Facebook. “I have hand-signed every art print over the years, and there has never been a problem.” He completed:
Dylan’s publisher, Simon & Schuster, also addressed the incident. After initially refusing to provide refunds, they later did issued a statement He confirms that Dylan did not sign some books; They also apologized for the confusion and offered a full refund to anyone who purchased a signed copy of the book. The problem first surfaced shortly after physical copies of the books were shipped, with buyers specifying what they believed to be 17 variations of Dylan’s signature, such as diverse reports.
“To those who purchased the limited edition Modern Song Philosophy, we want to apologize,” the publisher wrote on Twitter. “As it turns out, the limited-edition books contain Bob’s original signature, but in the form of a replica. We address this information by providing each purchaser with an immediate refund.”
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