Before I read Chuck Palahniuk I never really knew what a minimalist approach was, and I'd certainly never heard of dangerous writing. But they sound intriguing right? Yes, definitely.
If you've ever wanted to try something new in your writing, something challenging and amazing, you may want to look into minimalism and/or dangerous writing. It's a goal of mine to try and write a minimalist manuscript. I may crash and burn, fail miserable, but I want to try. I think there's a lot of beauty in the novels of Chuck Palahniuk, and though I know it'll be hard, I also think it could be amazing.
If you have no idea what I'm talking about pick up one of his books and be ready for something weird, dirty, amazing, and diferent.
There are key elements to include if you are trying to write "dangerously." These are: choruses or themes, burnt tongue (saying something, but saying it wrong), recording angel (writing without judgment), going on the body (make the reader feel what the characters feel). Here's a longer description: http://creativewriting.wikia.com/wiki/Dangerous_Writing - and an article by Palahniuk: http://m.laweekly.com/2002-09-26/art-books/she-breaks-your-heart/
Links with better tips:
About Dangerous Writing
Tips on Thought Verbs from Palahniuk
A Tom Spanbauer article
13 Stocking Stuffers from Palahniuk
*Anything by Chuck Palahniuk - my personal favorites (so far) are SNUFF and SURVIVOR (but I still need to read FIGHT CLUB).
*(I haven't read it yet) THE MAN WHO FELL IN LOVE WITH THE MOON by Tom Spanbauer