Damned [electronic resource (EPUB eBook)] / Chuck Palahniuk. Saved in: Main Author: Palahniuk, Chuck. Processing (CPL) - eBooks (EPUB) - Adult Fiction. Author Notes: Chuck Palahniuk was born in Pasco, Washington on February 21, He received a BA in journalism from the University of Oregon in His creator, Chuck Palahniuk, is the visionary we need and the satirist we deserve. liveliest and snarkiest dead girl in the universe, continues the afterlife adventure begun in Chuck Palahniuk's bestseller Damned. Invisible Monsters. epub.
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What is it about telemarketing that makes you want to write about it? But I like the accidental way that people are connected by a machine.
More applicable to Damned was that I wrote the book while I was taking care of my mother, who was dying, and telemarketing calls were some of the only breaks in my day, the only times that I had any contact with the outside world, and when a telemarketer called I would find myself trying to keep them on the line longer than they wanted to talk, so it was kind of an ironic turnabout.
Wait, you sold rights to a story to Nickelodeon? It was actually a very clean little story, just this very innocent back and forth between a kid and another kid as they gradually lie to each other more and more.
Do you consider yourself a science fiction fan, and if so who are some of your favorite authors? Mostly short stories. What sort of experiences did you have last time you were there? I worked with about twenty fantastically bright people. Is that something you see yourself moving more toward? Could you give an example of one of those lessons? No abstract measurements. How did you first get involved with writing workshops?
They all wanted to be published writing these stories about children being murdered or kidnapped, and my stories were so upsetting to them.
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My stories were just too confronting, they had too much violence and too much sexuality in them. Nothing was really hidden off-screen, and that was too much for them.
They would leave almost in tears sometimes. Like the blow-up doll scene?
And that was the scene that got me kicked out of the workshop. Your novel Damned features a really devastating satire of these do-gooder movie stars. Is that all in good fun, or are you genuinely appalled by people like that? And that was just such a shocking, horrible hypocrisy.
Part of the inspiration for my book Tell All is that every really beautiful, fantastically groomed actress had a kind of doughty, dumpy, very plain assistant, or team of assistants, who would act as this kind of remote support, and always traveled a dozen feet behind this beautiful object that they maintained, and at any moment when the object was disturbed, this team would rush forward and intensely groom it, and restore it to its perfection, and then they would immediately remove themselves from its vicinity so that they would never be photographed with it, and that was just amazing to watch.
How did you feel about the film adaptations of Fight Club and Choke changing the endings of the books? But everyone hated that line. I have no idea. You know, I think by that point it had been such a drawn-out process that it was kind of a line in the sand. We got rid of the thing that you hated; you got something you hated more, so just be careful what you complain about in the future.
Where did all those jokes come from? I think I learned all those jokes in second grade.
At your recent appearances you start things off with an anecdote about an oncologist.I think I learned all those jokes in second grade. Damned Palahniuk Chuck. The words just come to me sometimes. Leave it to Chuck Palahniuk to tell us that might not be such a bad thing after all. Published in Feb.