Xiu Xiu's Jamie Stewart to Release Memoir 'Anything That Moves'
Told in "33 sexual experiences," the memoir is arriving in the spring of 2023
Set to be published by Ian Bonaparte at Janklow & Nesbit, Anything That Moves is described as "a memoir told in 33 sexual experiences — some mortifying, some tender, some unexpectedly riotous — unpacking the queer, radical transformations of fleshy self-discovery, and showing how the accumulation of intimate, highly charged moments make up a life."
Xiu Xiu were first established way back in 2002, and Stewart released the duets album Oh No, his 12th album under the name, last year.
See Ian Bonaparte's tweet announcing the book below.
I am so thrilled to announce Jamie Stewart's memoir, Anything That Moves, was picked up by Jeremy Davies at @andothertweets. Jamie, founding member of Xiu Xiu, is a polymath mensch, and their debut is a reality-bending journey to the outer limits of self and sex. pic.twitter.com/pvDKIhvy5X— Ian Bonaparte, Your Capricorn Friend (@ianbonaparte) May 17, 2022