On Saturday (17th October), The Guardian reported that David Lynch would be publishing a memoir; usually people use this method to tell their life story, but his seems mainly intended to dispel the "bullshit" that people believe about his life and work, and instead put the truth in one place. Like Wikipedia, right?

In a statement via Canongate, the publishers, David Lynch said:

"There’s a lot of bullshit out there about me, in books and all over the Internet. I want to get all the right information in one place, so if someone wants to know something, they can find it here. And I wouldn’t do it with anyone other than Kristine [McKenna]; she and I go way back, and she gets it right."

The aforementioned Kristine McKenna is a journalist who'll be working with Lynch for the autobiography, which he will be approaching in his memoir in a unique way: interviews with 90 close friends and collaborators. Whether or not this means that we'll be treated to an unconventional, unchronological tale remains to be seen, but—this is David Lynch we're talking about.

The book is tentatively scheduled for release in 2017, which is also when Lynch's cult series Twin Peaks is expected to return.