Morrissey’s Autobiography has become a smash hit in the UK, and spent 26 days atop the Amazon.co.uk bestseller list. Now it’s going to be published across the pond. The 457-page tome, which is chock full of information and details about the life of one of music’s most revered luminaries, will be published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons, an imprint of Penguin Random House. According to The New York Times, the book is expected to be released sometime before the holidays so shoppers can snap up copies for all the Smiths fans, Morrissey devotees, and teenagers who really like (500) Days of Summer, on their gift lists.
The book has already caused quite a stir, as it mentions Morrissey’s first relationship with a man. That little tidbit was caused such commotion, that the world’s worst pen pal himself had to release the world’s least helpful statement about his sexuality. No word yet on the exact release date.