Red Flag Books

Column by Joshua Isard October 13, 2021
Maybe this concept started as a joke, but it isn’t anymore.

Reviewing Chuck Palahniuk's Reviewers

Column by Peter Derk September 9, 2020
Book reviewers love to hate Chuck Palahniuk.

Storyville: Using a Chorus in Your Fiction

Column by Richard Thomas
Tips and tricks for using a chorus in your fiction.

Crappy, Ben-Cooper-Style Literary Costumes

Column by Peter Derk October 17, 2019
Bukowski, Dickens, Gilman. They're all hear in crappy, plastic glory.

That Time I Spoiled 'Fight Club' for a Stranger (a.k.a. 'Roughhouse Club')

Column by David James Keaton September 14, 2018
If you see a movie first, you can ruin it. Use this power wisely.

Taking the Stage: How Storytellers Saved My Ambition to Write

Column by Nathan Scalia
The story of how I fell into a hole with my writing career, and the strategy I developed to climb back out.

A Very Personal Chuck Palahniuk Retrospective

Column by Peter Derk April 30, 2018
Chuck's new book, "Adjustment Day", comes out May 1st. Take a trip down memory lane as lined with coffee mug pranks, ice baths, dumpster diving, and cat litter.

6 Twist Endings Every Writer Loves (That Are Bullshit)

Column by Max Booth III October 14, 2016
Max Booth III was a ghostwriter for M. Night Shyamalan the whole time.
Chuck Palahniuk

Chuck Palahniuk Interview - San Diego Comic-Con 2015

Interview by Emma McMorran Clark July 21, 2015
Against the backdrop of Comic-con 2015, Chuck Palahniuk talks about comic writing, workshops, and Reese Witherspoon's business.
Chuck Palahniuk Written in as Fight Club 2 Character

Chuck Palahniuk Written in as Fight Club 2 Character

News by Raine Winters July 9, 2015
The infamous author will undoubtedly be as badass in graphic novel form as he is in real life.
Chuck Palahniuk's Fight Club 4 Kids

Chuck Palahniuk's Fight Club 4 Kids

News by Peter Derk June 23, 2015
Let papa Palahniuk read you the bedtime story to end all bedtime stories.
Bookshots: 'Dietland' by Sarai Walker

Bookshots: 'Dietland' by Sarai Walker

Review by Cath Murphy May 28, 2015
We're as mad as Hell and we're not going to take it anymore.

Read A Six Page Preview of 'Fight Club 2'

News by Raine Winters February 25, 2015
Palahniuk’s unnamed narrator is back. Read a sample of the comic book sequel to the author’s bestselling novel.
EXCLUSIVE: Chuck Palahniuk's Short Story Collection 'Make Something Up' to Featu

EXCLUSIVE: Chuck Palahniuk's Short Story Collection 'Make Something Up' to Feature Brand New Tyler Durden Story

News by Joshua Chaplinsky January 9, 2015
All the latest on Chuck's first true short story collection, straight from the publicist's mouth.

Liars, Madmen, Demons and Children: 10 Unforgettable Unreliable Narrators

Column by Kimberly Turner January 20, 2014
Who can you trust? Not these 10 unreliable narrators, but that doesn't mean they're not worth getting to know.

After All These Years: The Unexpected Sequel

Column by Rajan Khanna October 7, 2013
With the release of Stephen King's 'Doctor Sleep' and the announcement of a 'Fight Club' sequel, we take a look at followups that appear years, sometimes decades after the original work.
Chuck Palahniuk.  Photo by Tim Lebarge

Chuck Palahniuk Will Pen Graphic Novel Sequel to 'Fight Club'

News by Christopher Shultz July 22, 2013
The good news from Comic-Con just keeps rolling right in, as one of our favorite authors announces a follow-up to perhaps his most famous work.

Dystropia: Examining the Trope of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl

Column by Troy Farah July 19, 2013
A column in which we explore the various misgivings and strengths of girls that are Manic, Pixie and Dreamy.
'The Juliette Brigade' by Sasha Grey

Former Porn Star Sasha Grey Will Publish A Novel Described As An Erotic, Female-Driven 'Fight Club'

News by Rob Hart September 21, 2012
Sasha Grey, an actress, model, musician, and former porn star, has added 'author' to her resume. Her first novel will be called 'The Juliette Brigade'.

Transgression in Theory: The Idea of a Fight Club

Column by Phil Jourdan February 29, 2012
A critical look at how a fight club could turn into Project Mayhem — as part of a new series of columns on transgressive fiction.