Major announcement about what’s next for Canadaland on this episode.
Comedian Fatima Dhowre recounts her many near death experiences.
Aliya goes in search of the house that Nickelback built.
Author Pasha Malla recommends one of his favourite novels, the song that makes him speed, the band he was overly keen towards and an athlete’s face.
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?
CANADALAND first reached out to Terfry with questions this past April. We received no response. We asked again last week, seeking comment through his editor, his management, and Terfry directly. We received no response, so we sent a reporter to his book-signing at a Toronto library. She was also denied comment.
Yesterday, Rich Terfry responded to CANADALAND:
Has Rich Terfry ever been jailed by police because a woman accused him of assault?
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.
Playwright Michael Healey on Harper’s theatrical handshake diss and the problem with the Gillers
The Author of How Should A Person Be on her own hype, GIRLS, and why she doesn’t care about CanLit
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