Dolph the Unicorn Killer & Other Stories

I am so very excited to announce that my fifth book is now officially published! Dolph the Unicorn Killer & Other Stories is my first short story collection, after previously publishing only novels (Inside the Outside and The Vampire and the Hunter Trilogy).  


I published Dolph the Unicorn Killer & Other Stories in collaboration with the wonderful folks at Exciting Press. If you'd like to get some more info on my new book, here's what Exciting Press has to say:

Wait, seriously? You want book info? Did you see the title? It's called Dolph the Unicorn Killer & Other Stories. Did you see the cover? Because that's Dolph. Look at that guy. Look at his biceps! Look at that decapitated unicorn head with its freshet of rainbow blood.
And now you want book info? As though that title and image alone can't tell you right away whether this is the book for you? Like you can't already tell whether you NEED to read this one, or seek more appropriate fair? Maybe you need something more normal. Something a little less...out there. And that's fine. There are lots of great books out there like cozy mysteries you might listen to over audio while darning socks. Maybe you'd like a bodice ripped or a heart pounded. You can find those.
But this?
This is Dolph the Unicorn Killer. And this is Martin Lastrapes. This is the acclaimed and award-winning author who brought you the utterly terrifying Inside the Outside and the utterly terrific The Vampire and the Hunter Trilogy.
This is vampires, serial killers, unicorns, and more, all of them intersecting within that alluring stretch of the American Southwest known as Las Vegas. This is a collection of short stories that shifts seamlessly from horror and comedy to fantasy and literary fiction, weaving together an eclectic tapestry of characters who are bonded by themes of loneliness, revenge, friendship, and sex.
This is the most badass, gloriously vulgar, gut-punching, giddy-inducing collection of short stories you'll ever encounter.

How's that for book info?