some Phoenix readers might know by now, my first book, 99
Nights with the 99 Percent (Write
To Power, $14.99), drops softly around New England this week.
Subtitled “Dispatches from the First Three Months of the Occupy
Revolution,” at its core the project is a time capsule from the
center of last year's biggest news story, written and presented with
an irreverent stank on it.
August means two things: it's ice cream weather, and Morrissey's just said something stupid.Okay, the latter isn't really dependent on the time of year, but it's still true. Equally true is how the Ben & Jerry's truck
is spending the month inspiring childlike glee by dispensing free ice
cream, so there's no better time to answer the dual burning questions
"What can Morrissey's unfiltered utterances teach me?" and "Man, how
cool would it be to drive an ice cream truck?"