Phish Fans Compiling New Book

'The Mockingbird Project' will be released sometime in 2000.

A group of Phish fans who run a charitable organization called the Mockingbird Foundation are compiling a book that would include details of and tidbits from every show

the improvisational quartet has ever performed,

according to the foundation. The book,

called "The Mockingbird Project," will be released

sometime next year. Proceeds from the sale of the book

will support charitable causes to be determined, according

to the organization. The book, called "The Mockingbird Project," will be released sometime next year. Proceeds from the sale of the book will support charitable causes to be determined, according to the release. The foundation formed in 1997. It mostly consists of fans who've never met each other, except over the Internet. Phish are set to play five sets over two days during a millennium festival Dec. 30–31 at the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation in Florida.