Continuing our trend from last week of showcasing some of the coolest international Chuck Palahniuk covers, let's take a look at some of the recent selections from Italy. In my opinion, Italy has long had some of the more stylish...more
Today is Chuck's birthday. Not going to tell you how old he is, but if you do some research on this site, you can find the year he was born and then do some simple math.
Now, let's hear some well wishes, folks! This man's earned it!
It's that time of year again at The Cult when we appropriate Valentine's Day (close enough) for our own celebration as book smitten fiends. That of course, means publishing our second annual Top Ten list of books from the previous year. It's not only fitting to...more
Hot damn, is this well done. Check out a great mash-up of Fight Club as cut to Florence + The Machine's song "Kiss with a Fist.' It was edited by Jeff Yorkes and is titled 'Fist Club.'
Watch the video on ...more
We're so close to the big wrap-up on on Chuck's reviews of our top workshop stories! I've got his incisive and helpful December feedback for you below, and only one more month to go before we shift gears completely to the next phase and put this anthology into print....more
Dayuuuuuuum, Brazil ain't got NOTHING on the Czech Republic. These are some of the coolest international Palahniuk covers I've seen in a while.
Props to 'Petra' for these...more
I don't know about you, but that's one of the most different Invisible Monsters covers I've seen yet. Props to 'Odio' for sending these along.
Check out more of these in our Book Covers Gallery...more
For the past few Tshirts we've offered on this site (Fight Club and Invisible Monsters) you might have noticed we've featured images of people modeling them. Usually this was close friends of mine (see above). None of them were professional models but they all...more
UPDATE: Earlier this week I posted a News update about Fabien Martorell, the man who currently has the film option to adapt Snuff. He informed me that Daryl Hannah, Thora Birch and Tom Sizemore were on...more
Somehow, this video got past us. It's a one hour speech Chuck gave at Grub Street's writer's conference last May of 2010. This was a non-public event that actually kicked off Chuck's Tell-All tour that year.
Props to our own Mark Vanderpool for...more
This character creation was done by Ned Coker and posted on our Facebook wall. But the MMORPG game EVE Online has such a big following, I thought it only fitting to share it here too.
To see some more celebrities (including...more
For three years, Chuck Palahniuk contributed to our ground breaking online Writers Workshop (which he also helped build, btw) with 36 writing essays. These were lessons from a best-selling author on how to improve your craft as a writer... the types of lessons they teach in $20...more
Check out this short film for the short story Product Placement. This story was featured in Chuck Palahniuk's 2006 novel Haunted.
Link here: http://vimeo.com/17851904
The short was directed and shot by Cailin Yatsko and stars...more
The cover for Chuck Palahniuk's next novel Damned has just surfaced on Amazon.com.
The books release date was pushed back to October 18, 2011. More here: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0385533020/...more
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Craig Clevenger returns for 200 Proof Storytelling - one of our most popular intensive writing classes to date. This class combines the best of his famed Hotseat and Shotgun sessions into a single four-week Master...more
For nearly as many books as Chuck has written, journalist Rick Kleffel has conducted a thorough and enlightening audio interview with him for his site, The Agony Column Podcast. While a little late this time around, Rick has just edited together his interview with Chuck that...more
Come the end of a year (and the start of a new one) it seems almost impossible to avoid 'Top 10' fever. This is a fever that spreads to movie and gossip sites and can include everything from 'The Top 10 Worst Movies of 2010' to 'The Best YouTube Parodies'. Don't lie. We all love these lists...more
You know the drill, folks. Every month a new book is selected and a new moderator steps up to lead the discussion. This month, we will be reading and discussing Invisible by Paul Auster. This month's discussion is being led by Timberly AKA littlemisscrapey. ...more