In collaboration with Greg Lastrapes and Bird + Goldfish, I star in this absurdist video that kinda, sorta, maybe sheds light on my very mysterious writing process.
On Writing Literary Horror, Cannibal Cults, And Vampires
FROM JOANNA PENN:
"There are some books which stick in your mind, even years later. 'Inside The Outside' by Martin Lastrapes is one of those books, and today I talk to Martin about his inspirations for writing literary horror, and why 'nice' people like us love to write of the darkness."
Paris Book Festival Acceptance Speech (Inside the Outside)
SIR FRANCIS DRAKE HOTEL, SAN FRANCISCO, CA | MAY 19, 2012
This is what I look like accepting the Grand Prize for the Paris Book Festival.
Inlandia Literary Journeys
FROM INLANDIA LITERARY JOURNEYS:
"Novelist Martin Lastrapes, of Rancho Cucamonga, said he would have been satisfied if just one reader outside his circle of family and friends enjoyed reading his book. He got much more than that, winning prizes and hitting best-seller lists for his cannibal fiction, set in the San Bernardino Mountains."
The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Frank (Official Book Trailer)
THE VAMPIRE AND THE HUNTER TRILOGY: BOOK THREE
Adam and Jesus barely escaped Frank with their lives. Dracula, despite his disappointment, decides to give them one more week to complete their task, only he's heightened the stakes.
The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Witch (Official Book Trailer)
THE VAMPIRE AND THE HUNTER TRILOGY: BOOK TWO
Dracula has given Adam and Jesus seven days to hunt and kill Frank-or die trying. If they fail to complete their task, Dracula will kill Olivia. As their deadline approaches, Adam and Jesus meet a wily old vampire hunter and his powerful witch friend.
The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Girl (Official Book Trailer)
THE VAMPIRE AND THE HUNTER TRILOGY: BOOK ONE
Adam and Jesus (the vampire and the hunter) have an innate antagonism, which is only heightened once they discover they're competing for the affections of the same girl. Olivia (the girl) is an aspiring author struggling to write a vampire novel.