In a recent audio interview Chuck did with KPBS, while on the road promoting his latest novel "Pygmy", Chuck openly talked about his next novel. In fact, Chuck revealed that, while caring for his mother last year, he actually wrote three novels! The one which is going...more
Pygmy is now out in bookstores across America. Chuck usually doesn't need our help doing this, but let's try and get him in the bestseller list again. In otherwards, don't wait to get your copy. Rush down to your local bookstore and scoop one up today! Or, order a copy from Amazon and get...more
Last year, Doubleday commissioned a very talented artist by the name of David Dwitt to design a tour poster for 'Snuff'. I was actually not aware of this, but those of you who were at some of the events might have seen it. So I'm happy to report that David has returned this...more
This is becoming more and more a part of our pop culture. So I tend to not always report about it. But then again, every now and then, it's just fun to mention:
I was watching CBS tonight and there were Fight Club references in both CSI and...more
I don't do this often enough, but now is a good time to remind you that we are always looking for people to advertise on ChuckPalahniuk.net. Chuck has a new book coming out on May 5th. He's starting his tour that same day. And he's currently doing...more
This may be old news for some of you, but SuicideGirls.com has recently posted a photo tribute to Fight Club. I think this has something to do with the site's anniversary or something. Be careful though. The following link is NSFW. ...more
The winners of the Doubleday contest to select stickers for 'Operation Havoc' have been selected. To recap, this was a contest hosted on Crowdspring to get designs for stickers for the upcoming Pygmy tour. These...more
I wanted to get this one up sooner, as the magazine has been on newstands for over a week now, but we've been sort of deluged by news updates lately. (and the 'Pygmy' tour hasn't even started yet!). Anyway, Chuck Palahniuk is the main interview in the May issue of Playboy, now...more
Hey, guys! With the May 6th reading for Chuck Palahniuk's Pygmy tour close to selling out, the good people of The Strand have decided to move the event to a larger venue. This will allow them to offer more tickets. Enough from me though, here's the word from...more
Chuck has a personal request for you all today, about the upcoming 'Pygmy' tour.
Notice Regarding the 2009 Book Tour for Pygmy:
Wear a Costume, Get a Prize. At this spring’s book events for Pygmy, I’ll be looking for people who attend wearing the native costumes...more
Hello all! Doubleday needs our helps. Using the site crowdSPRING, they have designed a slew of mock stickers for 'Operation Havoc', the fictitious terrorist group in Chuck Palahniuk's upcoming novel Pygmy. Doubleday needs you all to vote on...more
Remember earlier this year when we unveiled the awesome news that, not only would Chuck Palahniuk be reading five original fan stories every month, submitted via our Workshop, but that he'd also be critiquing each story and providing invaluable...more
Today is the day you've been waiting for. Tour dates for Chuck's upcoming book "Pygmy" are here. Below are the cities and dates. Click each link below for specific details in our awesome new Calendar section.
Boston, MA - May 5thDetails here
NYC, NY - May...more
A couple years back, we had a beloved section on the site called Palahniuk-esque Authors. With the help of people like Will Tupper, this section became a mecca on The Cult, where fans of Chuck could explore authors that might fall into...more
Another positive of 'Pygmy' just turned up. This one from Booklist. Props to Keir Graff for shooting this one our way.
"In a time of justifiable concern about terrorism, Palahniuk has written a hilarious novel about an unlikely terrorist cell: foreign-exchange students who arrive at a...more
Props to Rayo C. for spotting this first. Let's hope we see more of these soon.
Pygmy Chuck Palahniuk. Doubleday, $24.95 (240p) ISBN 978-0-385-52634-0
Palahniuk’s 10th novel (after Snuff) is a potent if cartoonish cultural satire that succeeds despite its...more