Alex McAulay

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Alex McAulay (born January 20, 1977 in Seattle, Washington) is an American novelist, screenwriter, and musician.

Career[edit]

McAulay is the author of the novels Shelter Me, Oblivion Road, Lost Summer, and Bad Girls, published by Pocket Books/Simon & Schuster.[1] He has written for the HBO series Eastbound & Down, and he wrote and co-produced the movie Flower starring Zoey Deutch, Kathryn Hahn and Adam Scott, which premiered at Tribeca in 2017. He is currently working on a new TV series set in Nashville with actor/comedian Jack Black.[2]

Under the name Charles Douglas, McAulay has recorded five indie-rock albums, including The Lives of Charles Douglas which features Maureen Tucker from The Velvet Underground on drums, and Statecraft with Joey Santiago from The Pixies on guitars.[3] He has also worked as an A&R executive for several record labels, and served as VP for No.6 Records in New York. He currently lives in Santa Monica.

Books[edit]

  • 2005 - Bad Girls (MTV/Pocket Books)
  • 2006 - Lost Summer (MTV/Pocket Books)
  • 2008 - Oblivion Road (MTV/Pocket Books)
  • 2009 - Shelter Me (MTV/Pocket Books)

Discography (as Charles Douglas)[edit]

  • 1995 - Minor Wave (Voltage Recordings)
  • 1998 - The Burdens of Genius (Voltage Recordings)
  • 1999 - The Lives of Charles Douglas (No.6/Caroline Records)
  • 2004 - Statecraft (Enabler/Redeye Records)
  • 2011 - Lives of Charles Douglas expanded reissue (Broken Horse/Southern UK)
  • 2012 - Not Your Kind of Music 2 CD retrospective (Broken Horse/Southern UK)
  • 2017 - The Burdens of Genius vinyl reissue (Mono-Tone Records, France)
  • 2017 - Statecraft: Expanded 2 CD reissue (Broken Horse/Southern UK)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pocket Books".
  2. ^ "Hollywood Reporter".
  3. ^ "Entertainment Weekly".

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