Every day on this website I marvel at the love, commitment and inspiration fans of Chuck Palahniuk get from his books. It's pretty awesome stuff. Everything from artwork to writings to tattoos to even photo shoots and music videos. (it's all in our Fan Submissions gallery btw!). But today is just something new AND helpful.
Everyone's favorite reading event is back! Bedtime Stories for Adults returns, and this time, it's coming to Portland, OR. Here are the detail:
You all owe Jeff Goldsmith, of the Q&A Podcast, a round of drinks. The one question I was seeing repeatedly out of Comic-Con this past weekend, was whether or not anyone recorded the FIGHT CLUB panel Saturday night. I was present for it and, man, it was the highlight of the entire convention. The line was enormous (with tons of people not getting in). And Chuck, Fincher and company told stories that had the entire audience enraptured.
Earlier this year, we revealed details on Chuck's 2015 book, which would actually be a new collection of short stories called Make Something Up. Today, Doubleday feeds us some new details!
Doubleday announced today that Chuck Palahniuk’s first short story collection, MAKE SOMETHING UP: Stories You Can’t Unread, will be published on April 7, 2015, in conjunction with the release of the 10-issue FIGHT CLUB 2 graphic novel series by Dark Horse Comics.
Chuck Palahniuk is a busy boy at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. So if you're a fan of his, keeping track of all the places he'll be might already be proving a maddening experience. So let me make it easier for you! Here is a round-up of all the signings, panels, etc Chuck has going on this year at SDCC... in order! (and keep an eye on this post for updates!)
Friday, July 25 – 10:00 to 11:00am
Chuck's involvement in this year's Comic-Con (which starts tomorrow!) keeps getting more and more siginificant. Now he's decided to lend his hand to the Fox booth and will be signing those amazing new FIGHT CLUB Blu-rays, with the exclusive artwork only for San Diego Comic-Con, that we debuted yesterday. Here are the details!
Huge Comic-Con news today. We can finally announce that the long-awaited FIGHT CLUB graphic novel has found a home. Dark Horse Comics will publish the comic as a 10 issue maxiseries. It will be written by Chuck himself and illustrated by Cameron Stewart. Cameron is an Eisner Award winning artist most famous for his work on Catwoman, Batman and Robin, Seaguy, and The Other Side. Handling cover art duties will be David Mack, a long-time friend of Chuck's and the awesome artist behind the popular Kabuki series. The first issue will debut April 8th, 2015!
Comic-Con just announced all the details for their much-anticipated panel on FIGHT CLUB, and lo and behold, David Fincher will be joining Chuck on stage to discuss the seminal novel. Here are the details straight from the official Comic-Con site:
"FIGHT CLUB: From Page to Screen and Beyond"
It's safe to say Chuck Palahniuk is one of the most prolific artists working today. I say this a lot, but perhaps this post will prove it. This is a round-up of all the exciting projects Chuck has on the horizon.
"Burnt Tongues: An Anthology of Transgressive Stories"