Howard Stern Comes Again is the upcoming third book by American radio personality Howard Stern, set for release on May 14, 2019 by Simon & Schuster. It is his first book in 24 years since the release of Miss America. It’s been 24 years since Howard Stern released 1995’s Miss America, the radio personality’s second book following his debut literary effort, 1993’s Private Parts. But Stern, 65, has finally finished his next venture and it’s coming out this year.
Announced Tuesday, Howard Stern Comes Again will be published by Simon & Schuster on May 14.
“I’ve been waiting two years for this book to be finished, because Howard Stern told me to be patient,” said Jonathan Karp, Stern’s publisher at Simon & Schuster. “It was well worth the wait. Howard Stern Comes Again is certain to be one of the most entertaining and widely read books of the year.”
Less eloquent but quintessentially Stern, the author commented in an official statement, “F– Hemingway! I put my heart and soul into this book and could not be more proud of it.” But he elaborated more on The Howard Stern Show.
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