Charles Michael Palahniuk (1962) received recognition as an American journalist and book writer. He received popularity after receiving an award for his popular novel Fight Club. His book Rant became published as an oral biography within a differing timeline. He received his education at the University of the Oregon School of Journalism, subsequently receiving his degree in 1986. Besides studying, he worked as an intern at the National Public Radio Station named KLCC. In addition to his writing skills, he contributed towards publications at a local newspaper company in Portland. Besides his contribution to literature, he invested his energies to undertake volunteer work at a centre for homeless people.
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