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Chuck Palahniuk[Chuck_Palahniuk]


Ciudad de residencia: Pasco, Washington - SUA
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Anticipare : Un poem despre Tovarășa Lătrău
Poemas 2010-02-24 (3923 senalas)

Cobai :
Poemas 2010-02-16 (4118 senalas)

Consultantul : Un poem despre Pețitor
Poemas 2010-03-06 (3918 senalas)

Eroziune : Un poem despre domnul Whittier
Poemas 2010-03-06 (3813 senalas)

Evoluție : Un poem despre Veriga Lipsă
Poemas 2010-02-22 (4086 senalas)

Miopie : Un poem despre Contesa Clarviziune
Poemas 2010-02-24 (4173 senalas)

Obiective turistice : Un poem despre Sfîntul Fără-Mațe
Poemas 2010-02-17 (4166 senalas)

Produs îmbunătățit : Un poem despre Miss America
Poemas 2010-02-19 (4100 senalas)

Secretele meseriei : Un poem despre Contele Calomniei
Poemas 2010-02-21 (3792 senalas)

Sub acoperire : Un poem despre Mama Natură
Poemas 2010-02-18 (3779 senalas)

Think tank1 : Un poem despre Lady Zdreanță
Poemas 2010-02-20 (4024 senalas)

Voir dire : Un poem despre Sora Justițiară
Poemas 2010-03-06 (3743 senalas)

Pàgina: 1

Biografía Chuck Palahniuk

Charles Michael "Chuck" Palahniuk (21 februarie 1962) este un scriitor american născut în Pasco, Washington, SUA.


Fight Club (1996)
Supraviețuitorul (1999)
Monștrii invizibili (1999)
Sufocare (2001)
Cîntec de leagăn (2002)
Jurnal (2003)
Bîntuiții (2005)
Rant (2007)
Snuff (2008)
Pygmy (2009)
Spune tuturor (2010)

1962. Primele sale doua carti, trimise unor editori din New York, au fost refuzate. La fel se va intimpla si cu romanul Fight Club, respins initial pentru ca a fost considerat „prea intunecat si prea riscant”. In loc sa-i mai estompeze tonul, Palahniuk il va duce la extrem. Publicat in 1996 si devenit un roman clasic al literaturii underground, Fight Club este la ora actuala, in opinia criticilor si a publicului cititor, una dintre cele mai originale si mai provocatoare carti scrise in ultimul deceniu al secolului XX.


Charles Michael "Chuck" Palahniuk born February 21, 1962) is an American transgressional fiction novelist and freelance journalist. He is best known for the award-winning novel Fight Club, which was later made into a film directed by David Fincher. He lives near Vancouver, Washington.

Palahniuk was born in Pasco, Washington. He is the son of Carol and Fred Palahniuk, and grew up living in a mobile home in nearby Burbank, Washington with his family. His parents later separated and divorced, often leaving him and his three siblings to live with their grandparents at their cattle ranch in Eastern Washington.

Chuck Palahniuk, September 21, 2004, on tour at the University at Albany to promote Diary.In his twenties, Palahniuk attended the University of Oregon's School of Journalism, graduating in 1986. While attending college he worked as an intern for National Public Radio member station KLCC in Eugene, Oregon. He moved to Portland soon afterwards. After writing for the local newspaper for a short while, he began working for Freightliner as a diesel mechanic, continuing in that job until his writing career took off. During that time, he also wrote manuals on fixing trucks and had a stint as a journalist (a job he did not return to until after he became a successful novelist). After casually attending a free, introductory seminar held by an organization called Landmark Education, Palahniuk quit his job as a journalist in 1988. Wanting to do more with his life than just his job, Palahniuk did volunteer work for a homeless shelter. Later, he also volunteered at a hospice as an escort; he provided transportation for terminally ill people and brought them to support group meetings. He ceased volunteering upon the death of a patient to whom he had grown attached.

Palahniuk would also become a member of the rebellious Cacophony Society in his adulthood. He is a regular participant in their events, including the annual Santa Rampage (a public Christmas party involving pranks and drunkenness) in Portland. His participation in the Society inspired some of the events in his writings, both fictional and non-fictional. Most notably, he used the Cacophony Society as the basis for Project Mayhem in Fight Club.

Fight Club (1996)
Survivor (1999)
Invisible Monsters (1999)
Choke (2001)
Lullaby (2002)
Diary (2003)
Haunted (2005)
Rant (2007)
Snuff (2008)
Pygmy (2009)
Tell All (2010)

Fugitives and Refugees: A Walk in Portland, Oregon (2003)
Stranger Than Fiction: True Stories (2004)
You Do Not Talk About Fight Club: I Am Jack's Completely Unauthorized Essay Collection (2008) (introduction)

Fight Club (1999)
Choke (2008)
Invisible Monsters (2010)
Haunted (TBA) - optioned property
Survivor (TBA) - script stage
Rant (TBA) - optioned property
Diary (TBA) - optioned property
Lullaby (TBA) - optioned property

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