Chuck Palahniuk

Chuck Palahniuk

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Author of Fight Club, Survivor, Choke, and more

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Chuck Palahniuk is the author of over a dozen books including the award-winning novel Fight Club, which was also made into a feature film. Not surprisingly, he tends toward storytellers like Don McLean and Gordon Lightfoot in his music picks.

Chuck Palahniuk

Chuck Palahniuk is the author of over a dozen books including the award-winning novel Fight Club, which was also made into a feature film. Not surprisingly, he tends toward storytellers like Don McLean and Gordon Lightfoot in his music picks.

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Chuck Palahniuk takes on some rather aggressive questions about American culture and the artist...

Chuck Palahniuk: Diary

Chuck Palahniuk takes on some rather aggressive questions about American culture and the artist...

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The author of Fight Club gives an intense and raw description of his world view.

Chuck Palahnuik: Fight Club

The author of Fight Club gives an intense and raw description of his world view.

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