Billy Corgan working on memoir and says ‘most of what I have experienced in my life isn’t real’

Book expected to be titled 'God Is Everywhere, From Here to There'

Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan has revealed that he’s working on a memoir.

In December, Corgan was interviewed in front of an audience in Chicago, revealing that he’s written “about” a thousand pages of an autobiography.

The book is expected to be titled God Is Everywhere, From Here to There, although no release date has been announced. He described his progress on the book as “slow”.


In video footage (watch below), Corgan says that he’s changed the names of people that feature in the book, although “the average person will [still] be able to go, ‘Oh that’s so-and-so'”.

Corgan added: “It’s not meant to be a clever legal device, it’s actually meant to get you out of what you think you know and take you hopefully into the very interpersonal experience of what I experienced. Which, I would argue, is mythology. Most of what I have experienced in my life isn’t real.”

Meanwhile, Corgan recently revealed a new track ‘Roustabout’, originally written for his band, but now released as a theme song for American wrestling show Impact.


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