Dickie Felton has written two books about Morrissey fan culture.
His latest - Morrissey International Airport - is an account of what it means to be on the road with Morrissey and his fans.
Set against a backdrop of recessions, royal weddings and rioting, Morrissey International Airport is a story of fandom, friendship, ferries and freeways.
Join Dickie as he trails everywhere from Dunoon to Dallas in search of Moz mania. Grab your gladioli, quiff up your hair and come fly with Morrissey.
Disciples of the legendary singer cross continents, time zones and borders to reach Morrissey concerts. But who are these people? This is an unlikely road trip bound together by ten concerts in five countries.
Dickie's first book The Day I Met Morrissey was released in May 2009. It contains real life stories of fans coming face-to-face with the music legend.
As well as being a mini-hit in parts of Eccles, it became a Waterstones Most Recommended tome.
Dickie is working on a third book about football.
When not jogging around Leeds side-streets, Dickie Felton is available for interviews and general banter @dickiefelton
If you don't mind being bored senseless about Morrissey, Marine AFC or running 10ks, then my twitter feed is just for you...
Excerpts from one-day-to-be-published book "From Millionnaires to Minnows' - a non-league love story