Conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos — who has prompted progressive college students to riot and has toured the nation with Ann Coulter during the 2016 election — has a book arriving shortly. It is simply titled “Dangerous.” After losing a previous book contract, Mr. Yiannopoulos founded Dangerous Books, his own publishing house; the 232-page book will be available on July 4, primarily through Barnes & Noble and Amazon at this juncture.
Meanwhile, the book parties have begun; there’s one in New York City on Saturday.
“In honor of my new book, I am throwing a party for the outcasts, the rebels and the gay conservatives who speak, think and live free of liberal demands,” Mr. Yiannopoulous says, advising attendees to “live free, live dangerous.”
The event takes place in an artistically minded club and restaurant located in a former church in Manhattan, featuring “farm to chopsticks” Asian fare and cocktails bearing such names as Tea & Sympathy, Paloma Brava and Reverse Vesper.