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Must Watch: Chuck Palahniuk Video Of Los Angeles Tell-All Reading

Chuck Palahniuk's "Tell-All" Tour at Largo from Jordan Chesney on Vimeo.

This is one of the best videos put together for a Chuck's reading I've ever seen. I was at this event with guests and I really must say, they captured it well. Props to Jordon Chesney, who shot and edited this. The location was Largo at The Coronet Theater in Los Angeles. The date, May 18th. It was done in association with The Nervous Breakdown. Enjoy!

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Order 'Tell-All' And Other Personally Inscribed Books From Chuck At St. Helens Book Shop

St. Helens Book Shop is now accepting online orders for Chuck Palahniuk's new novel Tell-AllChuck will be stopping into their store to fulfill all personal requests from fans.  But the cut-off date for this promotion is June 30th, so get your orders in asap!

Order Your Personally Inscribed Books Here!

Chuck Palahniuk signs books at St. Helen's Book Shop!Chuck has an arrangement with St. Helen's whereby they take custom orders on their website that allow fans to request a personal inscription with each book Chuck signs.  Basically, if you are unable to see Chuck on tour, this is the BEST way to get a signed copy of your book, with even a personal message on it!  St. Helens has a great track record and we've been working with them on this endeavor for over three years now.

To order your personally inscribed books, simply click the book cover to the right, or simply:

Order Your Personally Inscribed Books Here!

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The Future Of Writing: An iPad Review

Exclusively for ChuckPalahniuk.net

by Xander Davis

Imagine the freedom to easily type anytime, anywhere, without any hassle. The iPad just might grant you this wish, but you're not sure yet what to make of it, if it's worth the expense.

If you have a laptop, wherever you go, you've got your cumbersome bag, charger brick, and cable to lug along, like a nomad gypsy with only an hour or two of battery, or you're anchored entirely with a traditional desktop computer at home.

This was me, and now after taking a chance, I can say that the writer's dream machine has finally arrived.

I've been using an iPad to write for weeks now. I'm not talking about little e-mails and status updates. I'm talking about tapping out entire chapters on glass.

And I haven't looked back. Sure, it's not without its problems, but it certainly works so well, you'll want to bash up your laptop, Office-Space-Printer style, for making you suffer carrying its weight like Atlas this whole freaking time.

In fact, I'm writing this iPad review on the device right now. So let's get right down to it.

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Now Shipping! - New 'Invisible Monsters' Tshirts, Designed By Kevin Tong

'Invisible Monsters' Tshirt designed by Kevin Tong.  Coming Soon! 'Invisible Monsters' Tshirt designed by Kevin Tong.  Coming Soon!

Order Your Shirts Now!

These are our newest shirts, celebrating Chuck's landmark novel Invisible Monsters. The design is by Kevin Tong, who also created our lovely Fight Club10th Anniversary shirts.  The shirts are available in Asphalt and Navy and are American Apparel.  Below is how the designs look on a Tshirt template. (models pics here)

'Invisible Monsters' Tshirt Comps

As with our Fight Club promotion, this design is also available as a poster on Kevin Tong's site.  See the poster below.

"Invisible Monsters" poster designed by Kevin Tong. Coming Soon.

Designer Kevin Tong has just typed up a News post on his site explaining this all in more detail, so if you're interested in one of this stunning design as a poster, be sure to run over there now.

For now, please spread the word about these shirts and leave us any comments or feedback here.

Order Your Shirts Now!

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Audition

"Audition" by Ryu Murakami
Joshua Chaplinsky
East meets West as the basis for the cult Japanese film finally discovers America.

It's been ten years since a young Japanese maverick named Takashi Miike took America by quiet storm with a vicious little gut-punch called Audition. A simple tale of obsession coupled with a subtle commentary on the objectification of women, the film is a slow burn that ends in a powder keg of violence. Over a decade and fifty (!) films later, Miike still hasn't topped the masterpiece that helped usher him into the Western consciousness. 

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Black Humor and Blow-Up Dolls -- Asylum.com Crashes a Chuck Palahniuk Reading

This is a great little video report from Chuck's New York City reading for Tell-All earlier this month.  The reading was held by The Stranger at the Cooper Union hall.  Asylum.com captures some classic moments from the event, interviews the fans, and even speaks to Chuck's agent and editor.

All in all, this is a very strong, succinct video feature that you should all check out.

If you prefer to watch the video from their site, go here.

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'Tell-All' Poster Contest With An Awesome Prize Package!

Update: Random House is no longer accepting emails for free 'Tell-All' posters.  They've already been deluged by requests and have sent out all the posters they had.  Thank you for all for the interest. Now, once you get your posters in the mail, get out there and start hanging them up!

'Tell-All' poster contest by Random HouseIn order to continue to spread the word about Chuck's new novel Tell-AllRandom House and The Cult are sponsoring a contest with a great prize. 

THE PRIZE:

100 winners will receive a set of eight Palahniuk books.

Tell-All (hardcover)
Pygmy (paperback)
Snuff (paperback)
Rant (paperback)
Haunted (paperback)
Diary (paperback)
Lullaby (paperback)
Choke (paperback)

THE RULES:

To enter the contest, simply email Random House with your full name and mailing address.  The first 200 people to email them will receive 5 Tell-All posters each (pictured above).  It is then your job to hang the poster(s) up somewhere public and snap a picture of it.  It's even better if you hang up multiple posters, but each person can only enter the contest once.  If you can't find somewhere public, convince your local book store, library or even corner deli to let you hang the poster up.  Just make sure you snap a picture of the poster hanging in this location.

You must then Tweet the picture to our Twitter account @chuckpalahniuk.  Then email this same picture, along with your full name and mailing address, to Random House.  The first 100 people to submit their pictures will win the set of 8 books.  (and yes, your math is right: 800 books going to 100 people!)

WHAT NOT TO DO:

The rules may change halfway through, depending on the quantity of submissions we receive, but for now, your house or apartment does not count as 'somewhere public'.  We want you canvasing your town/city and finding somewhere very loud and exposure-worthy to hang the poster.  Just don't do anything illegal and do not put yourself in any sort of harm.

Also, do not just post the picture here, to our Facebook, or to our Twitter.  You totally can, yes.  But unless you actually email the picture to the Random House email address, your entry is not valid and will not qualify to win the prizes.

If you have any questions about this contest, post them here and we will try to answer them as quickly as possible.

Thanks, and good luck playing!

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