Mitch Cullin Net Worth

Mitch Cullin Net Worth is
$6 Million

Mitch Cullin Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Mitch Cullin (born March 23, 1968 in Santa Fe, New Mexico) is an American writer of Scotch-Irish and Cherokee descent. He is the author of seven novels, and one short story collection. He currently resides in Arcadia, California and Tokyo, Japan with his partner and frequent collaborator Peter I. Chang. His books have been translated into over 10 languages, among them French, Polish, Japanese, and Italian.The New York Times has described Cullin's writing as "brilliant and beautiful," but the author has confessed that "half the time I'm not even sure why I make choices in writing, or how it works when it works."Cullin's novel Tideland was adapted for the screen and directed by Terry Gilliam in 2003, and the author also made a brief cameo appearance in the film, later stating about his time on the set: "There was a part of me that wanted to watch and experience every aspect of what Terry was doing… and he allowed me to do that while I was there if I wished to… but at the same time, I didn’t want his process to become too demystified… because I wanted to buy a ticket someday and sit down in a dark theater and simply watch the film without knowing too much about how it was filmed." Despite mixed reviews from critics, Gilliam's film adaptation won the 2005 FIPRESCI prize at San Sebastián International Film Festival.In 2005, Cullin published his sixth novel A Slight Trick of the Mind, a portrait of Sherlock Holmes in old age for which The New York Times praised the author as being "an unusually sophisticated theorist of human nature," and Carolyn See of The Washington Post stated that "you don't read it to be 'improved' but for the plain joy of seeing what the language can do in the hands of an affectionate, very accomplished writer." The audiobook edition the novel won the Audio Publishers Association's 2006 Audie Awards for Unabridged Fiction.Cullin's seventh novel The Post-War Dream was published by Random House in March 2008.In April 2012, and to coincide with celebration of National Poetry Month, Cullin published The House of Special Purpose, a long narrative poem written almost two decades previously and featuring illustrations by Peter I. Chang, which chronicles the last days of the Romanov family during the Russian Revolution of 1918.From May 2012 to February 2013, Cullin serialized the novel Everything Beautiful is Far Away as an online monthly magazine through the Issuu publication site. The book was written in collaboration with Peter I. Chang, and featured monthly guest artists and musicians, including Moby, Tsutomu Nakayama, Fights Monsters, Pleq, IP (Identity Problem), Caitlin Kirkley, DJ Terrapin, Chemical Tapes, Wind In Willows, Incompetech, Adriana Pasley, and The Ghost of Mendelsshon. Each monthly issue of Everything Beautiful is Far Away is free to read online via the Issuu site: film version of Cullin's A Slight Trick of the Mind, titled Mr. Holmes, is currently in production, with I

Date Of Birth1968-03-23
Place Of BirthSanta Fe, New Mexico, United States
ProfessionWriter, Cinematographer, Producer
NationalityUnited States
1He and his domestic partner Peter I Chang often collaborate on the illustrations in his novels under the pseudonym "Ryuzo Kikushima". This is the name of a famous Japanese screenwriter famous for co-writing the screenplay for the landmark samurai film "Yojimbo", the basis for "A Fistful of Dollars".


Mr. Holmes2015novel "A Slight Trick of the Mind"


Tokyo Is Dreaming2008Documentary
I Want to Destroy America2006Documentary


Tokyo Is Dreaming2008Documentary producer
I Want to Destroy America2006Documentary producer


Tideland2005Bus Passenger (uncredited)


Tideland2005lyrics: "Lift Me Up To Sweet Jesus"


The Making of 'Tideland'2007Video documentary shortHimself
Getting Gilliam2005DocumentaryHimself

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