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100 Years of Writer’s Digest

Chuck Palahniuk released his newest novel, The Invention of Sound, in September. In honor of this release, we’re revisiting Palahniuk’s 2007 interview with WD.

When he tried to get his first novel published, some editors secretly loved the dark novel about a model who’s shot in the face, but shied away from acquiring it. Frustrated and rebellious, the a novel about fist-fighting, anti-corporate power, and identity, which rocketed Palahniuk from obscurity to fame when the book was adapted into a movie.

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