Dylan Inks 6-Book Publishing Contract

 

The songwriter has
already started work on the second installment of Chronicles.

 

By Fred Mills

 

Britain’s
The Guardian is reporting this
morning that Bob Dylan has finally committed to the followups – two
specifically, plus four other proposals – to 2004’s memoir Chronicles: Volume One. His publisher, Simon & Schuster, has
revealed that Dylan has signed a 6-book deal that would presumably capitalize,
initially, on the critical and commercial success of Chronicles, which spent 19 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.

 

Among the possibilities:

 

*Chronicles  volumes two and three (Volume Two has reportedly already been in the works since 2008)

*a collection of on-air comments Dylan has made over the
years while hosting his Sirius XM satellite radio show “Theme Time Radio Hour.”

 

More details as they are disclosed.

 

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