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      July 1, 2019

      Monday   7:30 PM

      453 South Spring Street
      Los Angeles, California 90013

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      A Night of Werewolves with Max Booth III

      Note: Your ticket includes - and is the same price as - the book. The Last Bookstore is pleased to present Max Booth III and his new novel from Fangoria, a werewolf comedy called Carnivorous Lunar Activities. Join us as we learn about the history of werewolves and listen to a very depressed wolfman scream very bad werewolf-themed poetry. Things are going to get weird.   Ted and Justin were once best friends, but over the years they’ve seen less and less of each other. Now, something’s wrong with Justin. He can’t sleep, he can’t think straight, and he certainly can’t explain why he keeps waking up naked and covered in blood. Ted might be the only person who can save him-- assuming he’s okay with shooting his childhood BFF with a silver bullet. But that’s what friends are for, right?   From Max Booth III and Fangoria comes Carnivorous Lunar Activities― the ultimate werewolf bromance. It’s a toxic cocktail of An American Werewolf in London, Old School, and Bubba Ho-Tep that dives deep into the well of childhood nostalgia, blood soaked horror, and irredeemable dick jokes to bring readers a slice of Southern Fried horror that proudly wears its heart―not to mention a few other internal organs―on its sleeve. Raised in Northern Indiana on an unhealthy diet of horror movies and Christopher Pike paperbacks, Max Booth III now lives in San Antonio, TX where he is constantly trying not to get shot. It is harder than you think. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Perpetual Motion Machine, the Managing Editor of Dark Moon Digest, and the co-host of Castle Rock Radio: A Stephen King Podcast. He writes online for LitReactor and CrimeReads and reviews books for the San Antonio Current. Visit his website TalesFromTheBooth.com to learn more and follow him on Twitter @GiveMeYourTeeth. All events are subject to cancellation, so please check back.

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