Morrissey has postponed the publication of his autobiography with Penguin due to a disagreement over content. It's been a year to forget for Morrissey.
The singer has been plagued with health issues, forcing a number of postponements - most recently resulting in the cancellation of a South American tour. Managing to release the live document 'Morrissey 25: Live From Hollywood High' the indie icon also pledged to complete his autobiography.
Due to appear on Monday (September 16th) the plan has been scrapped due to a disagreement with publishers Penguin. A short statement has just appeared on fan site True To You:
"Although Morrissey's Autobiography was set to be available throughout the UK on September 16th, a last-minute content disagreement between Penguin Books and Morrissey has caused the venture to collapse. No review copies were printed, and Morrissey is now in search of a new publisher."
Good luck, Mozza! Need some extra Morrissey in your life? Check out this archive feature on the singer's solo career.
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