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By the time he returns, major producers have already started calling with offers. First class was just business as usual.” The joke is in the absurdity of it all: everyone knows poets don’t make money.Finally, Luke is flown to LA for talks about the development of his poem and naturally, in this skewed world, he’s flying first class: “In poetry,” we’re told, “first class was something you didn’t need to think about. And aside from one or two publishing stars who sell stacks of copies, authors generally earn little from their work.Earlier this month, it was revealed that Joanne Harris’s bestselling novel Chocolat (1999) had officially passed the one million copies mark, placing her in what The Bookseller called the “Millionaire’s Club”.Jodi Picoult’s My Sister’s Keeper (2003) followed suit, as did John Boyne’s The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (2006).
Meanwhile, Luke, a poet, has just dashed off a sonnet – called “Sonnet” – that he’s faxed to his agent before hitting the gym.I must have been lurking somewhere in the background (probably braiding Barbie’s hair) because her very words came to mind when I saw an ad at the back of a gay magazine asking the question, ‘Do you want to date a gay millionaire?’ The idea intrigued me and I thought ‘What the Hell? ’ I was on the wrong side of 40 and it was painfully clear around my eyes when I smiled that I was not going to be the pretty one forever.” The Advocate took note of the Gay Millionaires Club and Jeremy Quittner posed this question to founder, Jill Kimmel-Hankoff: Can a service that promises to match eligible gay bachelors with men of means really result in true love?If you poke around the website of the Gay Millionaires Club, you’ll find this review in the press tab.One client writes, “My mother always said, to my sister of course, you could fall in love with a rich man just as easily as a poor one.