Letter from Harold Raymond to William Plomer (22/07/1952)

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Source: MS 2750/348/59

Letter from Harold Raymond to William Plomer (22/07/1952)


University of Reading, Special Collections


Aline Burch

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Harold Raymond informs William Plomer that the Grove Press in New York is interested in buying a sheet edition of some of Chatto & WIndus' anthology editions, plus New Phoenix Library editions of Sado at 250 copies (and maybe 500 copies). Raymond notes Plomer handles the American rights for "Sado", even with Simon & Schuster's interest, and doesn't know if Sado was published in America. He asks Plomer that if Plomer agrees with the proposal, if the latter is willing to accept less than 10% royalty commission from Chatto & Windus.


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