It’s called “Party at the End of the World” and it’s coming at you sometime in 2013 via St. Martin’s Press. His agents describe the book as “a sex- drugs- and alcohol-fueled account of how Lohse nearly lost his life in the country’s cradle of frat debauchery and found something like redemption in…making it his mission to reform what is a national problem,” though hopefully there will be at least a few pages devoted to the “faceless hedge funds” and other Wall Street institutions that helped make Lohse famous by making him sick. [IG, earlier]
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