Morrissey's 660-Page Memoir May Be Published by Penguin
"There is a natural fit between Morrissey's sensibility, his artistic achievements and Penguin Classics," a spokesperson for the publishing house says.
Guess who’s going to be publishing Morrissey's lengthy memoir? Penguin Books.
The singer, who made the announcement that he had finished the book in an interview with BBC Radio 4's "Front Row," said he wasn’t sure anyone would want to read his autobiography.
"I'm really not that interesting, so I don’t know why I’ve written so much," he confessed.
The completed book is apparently 660 pages long.
A Penguin spokesperson told the Independent: "There is a natural fit between Morissey’s sensibility, his artistic achievements and Penguin Classics. [His] book could be published as a Penguin Classic because it’s a classic in the making."