By Keith Staskiewicz
April 29, 2010 at 02:02 PM EDT

Image Credit: Joseph Marzullo / Retna Ltd.This is one book signing you can bet will be crashed. Howard Stern cohort and prank-phone-call icon Gary Dell’Abate (a.k.a. Baba Booey) has signed a deal with Random House imprint Spiegel & Grau for an autobiography.

The book, They Call Me Baba Booey, is set for a November release, and is going to be an epistemological investigation into the unreliability of perception combined with a social critique of the depersonalizing effects of modern technology. All right, probably not. But I’m sure Stern fans will flock to it anyway, as they did to books by Robin Quivers, Artie Lange, and the self-assigned King of All Media himself. Would you buy a copy, Shelf-Lifers? Feel free to answer that question in the comments by typing “BABA BOOEY! BABA BOOEY! HOWARD STERN RULES!!”