Always the oddball, Billy Corgan is reportedly working on a new memoir entitled God Is Everywhere, From Here to There. The Smashing Pumpkins front man is known for his strange antics, from creating a strange blog on cars to dressing up like a nun for an interview alongside Marilyn Manson at Sirius XM. Corgan revealed his memoir plans this past December when he was interviewed in front of a live audience in Chicago.
According to Corgan, he has written upwards of a thousand pages of the memoir with the quirky title of God Is Everywhere, From Here to There. While he claims to be working on it, Corgan also cites his process on the book as "slow" and there is not even a whisper of an upcoming release date. Corgan further claims to be changing names in the book, but that "the average person will still be able to go, "Oh that's so-and-so."
Corgan further said in his live interview, "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."
Another notable (and strange) Corgan project is a wacky blog that he started on cars after deleting his Twitter. He reportedly quit Twitter so he'd have more time to focus on the website, entitled PeopleAndTheirCars.com, leaving his social media audience with, "After mulling this for a while, I'm deleting this account. So many thanks to those that have followed." According to SPIN, the tweet has since been deleted.
The website features strange imagery such as a photo entitled "Golden Girls," which has four older women in front of a vintage style car. Another is called "Interiors," which is simply two beds and a lamp. Another is "Monday Night Football (Parking Lot Edition)," which features a bunch of vintage style cars all lined up. One of the strangest is "After Church, And Before Breakfast," with two menacing looking men posing with guns in the back of a pick-up truck.