Co-host Sheila Heti talks about signing, then retracting her name from a letter that’s put the CanLit scene in turmoil. And should CBC go ad-free?
Last April, Rich Terfry was apologizing for his fabrications. Now he’s selling them.
The musician/CBC host’s book, Wicked and Weird, was originally subtitled “The True Tale of Buck 65.” It was released Tuesday as “The Amazing Tales of Buck 65.”
Releasing a book about himself that’s full of fabrications is an odd move for a guy who is supposedly through with “creating a false image of [him]self” and lying to the world.
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