In a fine essay published by The New Yorker, Salman Rushdie offers his thoughts on Slaughterhouse-Five. Comparisons to Catch-22 and War and Peace are ...

It’s been fifty years since Delacorte Press first published Kurt Vonnegut’s masterpiece, Slaughterhouse-Five, on March 31, 1969. The novel...

The celebration of the 50th anniversary of Slaughterhouse-Five continues with news of two recent group readings of Vonnegut’s classic novel.  First...

In 2019 The Daily Vonnegut will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of Kurt Vonnegut’s 1969 masterpiece, Slaughterhouse-Five, R...

Available Now: Debut Fiction by The Daily Vonnegut publisher Chuck Augello

The Revolving Heart

The debut novel by Daily Vonnegut publisher Chuck Augello, is now available for pre-order. 


Captures the spirt of the Jersey Shore… filled with wry observations and the unexpected smart and funny things people say.” -Marcy Dermansky, author of The Red Car and Very Nice.


“…a reflective narrative about the choices that people make, the bonds they forge, and the obligations they can’t escape, however much they might try. A superb, compelling work by a promising new literary voice.”. – Kirkus Reviews

The Inexplicable Grey Space We Call Love

“Chuck Augello spins feelings of uncertainty and fear into stories about connection and love. The tales in The Inexplicable Grey Space We Call Love are curious and lighthearted, while digging into the deep places of the soul.”

Hannah Tinti, author of The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley and The Good Thief

“These stories are funny and heartbreaking, contemporary, enlightening, and full of real life, even when at their most surreal. This is a terrific collection.”

Susan Perabo, author of The Fall of Lisa Bellow and Why They Run the Way They Do: Stories


A giant of American literature, Kurt Vonnegut (1922-2007) is the author of 14 novels, including the classic anti-war novel Slaughterhouse-Five, a Modern Library 100 Best Novels selection. His other works include Cat’s Cradle, Mother Night, Breakfast of Champions, and A Man without a Country. Vonnegut’s signature blend of satire, American history, and empathy for the human condition has earned a worldwide following.