from Publisher’s Weekly – Activism-by-Match.
” . . . . Tom Wayne, Prospero’s co-owner, said he and his partner, Will Leathem, have received 3,000 emails from all over the country in response to their Memorial Weekend action, and probably just as many phone calls. While initially asking visitors to their website to buy a book for $1 plus postage, the pair quickly realized that, with no employees besides themselves, fulfilling orders would be impossible. Instead, they have parked a rented trailer containing 20,000 pounds of books in front of their store, and intend to sell as many books as they can for as much as the customers will pay, within the month they have leased use of the trailer. Any remaining books will be torched in another public book-burning . . . .”