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Chuck Palahniuk's Memoir, 'Consider This', Is As Unsafe As His Fiction

Chuck Palahniuk has lived some amazing stories while he has written his much-consumed stories. As we're lead to believe, anyway.

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Piercing the Shell of Portland's Hype

As America’s pop culture boomtown, Portland may be held hostage to its own ever-expanding clichés. Or not.

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Talk About Getting Lost In a Book: Our Favorite Fiction of 2011

Read this book, pass it on to those who deserve it, and be thankful that the world contains authors like...

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Chuck Palahniuk: Just Shut Up

Postmodern novelist and essayist Chuck Palahniuk is the literary equivalent of a shock jock.

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Chok(ing) Onscreen and In Print

Whether served up on the page or on the screen, this is an intimate assessment of a twisted mother/son relationship with plenty of sardonic humor and scathing satire.

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You Do Not Talk About Fight Club by Read Mercer Schuchardt (ed.)

Using Sartre and superstring theory as a foundation, Vacker adds a voice to the continuation of Palahniuk’s theme, which deals, essentially, with the will to live -- and more importantly, how to live.

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Rant: An Oral Biography of Buster Casey by Chuck Palahniuk

Chuck Palahniuk's new book is a novel, of course, but it's amazing -- it's written like an oral history, with a complicated matrix of characters and events.

Katie Haegele
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Palahniuk brings the pain again in Rant

Preston Jones [McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)]
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Palahniuk's Fight Club Punch: We Never See It Coming

With Fight Club, whether he intended to or not, Palahniuk has shown us that fascism can be created right before our eyes, almost invisibly, and we won’t even see it happening.

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Stranger Than Fiction: True Stories by Chuck Palahniuk

Once you've looked at people on a close enough level, you can't pretend to believe in normality any longer.

Stephen Rauch
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Diary by Chuck Palahniuk

What's transpiring is equal parts incisive satire and artistic shell game from an audacious writer whose weakness is his emotional detachment from his characters and situations. Getting involved would not violate the rules of satire, although it might fly in the face of postmodern 'cool.'"

Harry H. Long

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