Burger-loving director Ang Lee’s last flick—before Life Of Pi won him his second Best Director Oscar last Sunday night—was the critically acclaimed TAKING WOODSTOCK, Lee’s groovy vision of writer ELLIOT TIBER’s first-hand account of how he helped save the Woodstock Festival in the Summer of ’69.
Now comes word, via Brett Winterble’s talkfest on SIRIUS-XM RADIO–who’ll interview Tiber Wednesday AM – that Square One Publishers, the maverick house that released Tiber’s first book, as well as Tiber’s newest tome Palm Trees on the Hudson, has inked the writer for a third and final memoir, tentatively titled AFTER WOODSTOCK. Paging Mr. Lee . . .