In the ’90s, the singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco built herself an empire. DiFranco, who ran away from home at age 15, founded her own label and released her debut album by age 20. Through the ’90s, she became crazy popular while maintaining that DIY ethic, and she became a staunch advocate for feminist and left-wing causes along the way. And now she’ll write about all that. The Associated Press reports that DiFranco has signed on to publish a memoir through Viking. The as-yet-untitled book does not have a release date yet, but it’s coming. And DiFranco will also release a new album called Binary in May.