If you’re Portland tonight, join David Agranoff (as well as myself, Eraserhead Press, and others in the PDX bizarro fiction scene) at the Hollywood Theater tonight at 7pm for the release party of his new novel “Hunting the Moon Tribe.” There will be vegan cake, classic Kungfu and horror movie trailers on the big screen (including the “Vegan Revolution with Zombies” trailer which features me getting shot in the head), books on sale, signing, and total geek madness.
Here’s a video ad for tonight’s event:
If you can’t make it, here’s the Vegan Revolution . . . with Zombies trailer:
Here’s some praise for “Hunting the Moon Tribe” by David Agranoff:
“David Agranoff’s HUNTING THE MOON TRIBE mashes up Chinese mythology, some seriously unnerving horror, Maoist politics, a sweet coming-of-age story, dark magic, and high-kicking martial arts into a compelling and unusual page-turner. I’ve never read (or seen) anything like it, and HUNTING THE MOON TRIBE should mark Mr. Agranoff as one of the most original and exciting new voices to emerge in genre fiction in a dragon’s age.” – Lisa Morton Three time Bram Stoker award winning author of The Castle of Los Angeles and The Cinema of Tsui Hark.
“Remember that old Shaw Brothers / Hammer Studios flick The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires? HUNTING THE MOON TRIBE is what that movie should have been. It is an extremely entertaining epic of kick-ass martial arts and bloody horror. Agranoff not only dazzles us with breathtaking action scenes and vampire violence but also tugs at our heartstrings with realistic family drama and romance. It’s a scary martial arts fantasy that will please just about everyone. David Agranoff is a gifted storyteller.” – Jordan Krall Author of Fistful of Feet and Squid pulp Blues
“As terrifying as Richard Laymon, and just as good, David Agranoff reshapes the vampire mythos in ways never experienced. The horror is visceral, the action brutal, and at its core, there’s a poignancy typically left out of today’s horror. A circus between worlds, vampires, and martial arts aplenty – “Hunting the Moon Tribe” reads like “Brotherhood of the Wolf” encompassed in Chinese folklore and culture. One of the strongest new voices in horror fiction that I’ve read.” – Eric Mays author of Naked Metamorphosis and host of the Authors Speak Podcast
This book is now available at amazon.com