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Tom Spanbauer

The Man Who Taught Chuck
Jeff Walsh
Tom Spanbauer

According to the jacket, The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon is an American epic of the old West for our own times - a novel huge in its imaginative scope and daring in its themes. The narrator is Shed, or Duivichi-un-Dua, a half-breed bisexual boy who makes his living at the Indian Head Hotel in the little turn-of-the-century town of Excellent, Idaho. The imperious Ida Richilieu is Shed's employer, the town's mayor and the mistress, and the mistress and owner of this outrageously pink whorehouse.

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Gabe Hudson

Little Soldiers
Barry Engelhart
Gabe Hudson

Unpatriotic, ridiculous and just plain bad writing. The world of Gabe Hudson.

Sometimes fact and fiction merge into an eerie gray dream world where reality becomes distorted or manipulated. Things aren’t merely as simple as black and white, but become consumed by a colorless void too difficult to interpret.

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Will Christopher Baer

Clevenger On Baer
Craig Clevenger
Will Christopher Baer

Introduction by Dennis Widmyer

So Clevenger calls me last month. He tells me he has a proposition for me. He says he’s gonna interview one of his favorite authors, Will Christopher Baer. He says it’s gonna be a great interview and that he’ll conduct it for our site as our next Author Exclusive.

I check my messages and see that JT Leroy still hasn’t called me back nor may he ever. So I say sure. Then I immediately start wondering just who the hell this Chris Baer guy is and why Craig Clevenger, who wrote one of the best books I’ve read in years, likes him so much.

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Craig Clevenger

Clevenger's Handbook
Dennis Widmyer
Craig Clevenger

Some of you know the story by now. Most of you don't. A Chuck fan by the name of Wendy Dale contacted me earlier this year with a recommendation email about a novel she had read. I get these emails all the time from Culsters, but Wendy was so damn passionate about this book that she actually went out, bought it, and then sent it to our PO Box. The book was The Contortionist Handbook.

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Jim Goad

The Outlaw
Kevin Kolsch
Jim Goad

With Fugitives and Refugees, Chuck Palahniuk explores the city of Portland, OR. In that exploration, he comes across writer Jim Goad and his she-pug Cookie. Well, I'm here to capitalize on that name drop with a chuckpalahniuk.net exclusive interview with Mr. Goad. Love him or hate him, and most people seem to hate him, it is almost impossible to ignore the brutal honesty behind his work.

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Max Barry

Corporate America Will Never Be The Same
Dennis Widmyer
Max Barry

Max Barry is the author of Syrup and Jennifer Government, in development to become a motion picture with George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh's Section Eight films. Aged thirty, he hails from Melbourne, Australia where he lives comfortably with his wife, Jennifer.

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