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Chuck had to run to another Comic-Con event but will be back to answer more questions this afternoon.

If you’re in San Diego, you can view his full SDCC schedule here. Not at Comic-Con? You can still enter to win an exclusive prize pack here.

And be sure to take check out Beautiful You, coming this fall.

Did you guys catch chuckpalahniuk's AskBoxTerview from SDCC on Friday? Point yourselves over to his Tumblr to catch up!

chuckpalahniuk:

Chuck Palahniuk • Friday, July 25th • 4pm ET /1 pm PT
In celebration of Comic-Con, the announcement of Fight Club 2 and the fall novel, Beautiful You, we’re taking your questions right here on Tumblr.
Submit your questions via the Ask Box (here) and Chuck will answer them live from Comic-Con on Friday, July 25th at 4 pm ET/ 1pm PT. 
And, be sure to check out the new book, coming October 21st, 2014.

First rule of Tumblr club: you should definitely talk about chuckpalahniuk's Tumblr Q&A.
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chuckpalahniuk:

Chuck Palahniuk • Friday, July 25th • 4pm ET /1 pm PT

In celebration of Comic-Con, the announcement of Fight Club 2 and the fall novel, Beautiful You, we’re taking your questions right here on Tumblr.

Submit your questions via the Ask Box (here) and Chuck will answer them live from Comic-Con on Friday, July 25th at 4 pm ET/ 1pm PT.

And, be sure to check out the new book, coming October 21st, 2014.

First rule of Tumblr club: you should definitely talk about chuckpalahniuk's Tumblr Q&A.

First he was chubby-faced Bobby Zimmerman, or Zimbo, a kid who “dressed like a nerd before there was such a term.” Then he was a teen iconoclast making himself over in the image of James Dean. Later, he wanted to be Woody Guthrie. Then he was a rock icon jaded by the over-earnestness of the folk scene. He refused to give straight answers to stock questions from reporters and talk show hosts. Was he gaming the system, exposing a vapid publicity machine, or was he just a spoiled brat who didn’t appreciate his own success?

Nathan Gelgud on Bob Dylan, over at Biographile!

Ernest Hemingway was not only a great writer; he was also an ambitious traveler who spent extended periods of time in Paris, Madrid, Pamplona, Venice, Havana, and Key West. No matter where he went, he frequented the best bars and restaurants, often writing about these places in his novels and short stories and thus ensuring their long-lived fame. In honor of Hemingway’s birthday—he would have turned 115 years old on July 21—Fodor’s has collected some of his favorite haunts around the world.  High-res

Ernest Hemingway was not only a great writer; he was also an ambitious traveler who spent extended periods of time in Paris, Madrid, Pamplona, Venice, Havana, and Key West. No matter where he went, he frequented the best bars and restaurants, often writing about these places in his novels and short stories and thus ensuring their long-lived fame. In honor of Hemingway’s birthday—he would have turned 115 years old on July 21—Fodor’s has collected some of his favorite haunts around the world.