Morrissey's 'Autobiography': Censored Sentences on Intimate Relationship With Jake Walters Reinstated in U.S. Paperback
Great news for Smiths fans who don't blush at innocuous descriptions of homosexual relationships -- the uncensored version of Morrissey's Autobiography
is now available in the United States.
When Moz's memoir saw its U.S. release last December (less than two months after its U.K. release), three sentences detailing his relationship with Jake Walters, a British photographer, were removed from the book. Two other sentences were tweaked, and a picture of Walters was excised, too. Penguin, the book's U.S. and U.K. publisher, declined to comment on the changes at the time.
Now, without explanation, those changes have been undone for the U.S. paperback release of Morrissey's Autobiography
, which hits shelves on Nov. 4. Billboard reached out for