That didn’t take long: Morrissey may have bemoaned he had no U.S. publisher for his just-released autobiography — cleverly titled “Autobiography” — but that’s no longer the case. The singer announced today, via his usual avenue, the True To You fansite, that G.P. Putnam’s Sons, a division of his U.K. publisher Penguin, will put the best-seller out in the U.S. on Dec. 3.
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS:
- Morrissey announces he’s ‘not homosexual,’ is ‘attracted to humans’ — but ‘not many’
- Morrissey’s 480-page ‘Autobiography’ to be published Oct. 17 in Europe
- Update: Morrissey now says ‘Autobiography’ will be published in Europe, but not U.S.