mesan1024
mesan1024
2024-05-19
Love the atmosphere and it's very inviting
Madison Lunnen
Madison Lunnen
2024-04-20
I love coming to this store! Good stock of indie and classic horror. It's clear the owners know their stuff. Very friendly! Also, it's very well decorated. And the kids' section is very cute. Definitely recommend!
David Swisher
David Swisher
2024-03-29
I've only had the opportunity to order online, but each order has been a delightful experience. Support this store in confidence!
Dan C
Dan C
2023-12-24
This place is great! Owner is super friendly. We need to appreciate businesses that go whole hog on horror.
Brandy Rainey
Brandy Rainey
2023-12-06
Wonderful selection horror books. My new favorite book store hands down.
Susan Snyder
Susan Snyder
2023-10-18
This store holds a treasure of horror books from non-fiction to children’s books to extreme horror. The owners are absolutely wonderful and welcoming. They have special events as well! You have to check them out!
Cynthia Pelayo
Cynthia Pelayo
2023-10-17
Very cool place! Great owner. Great books. They are super nice and knowledgeable. It’s very family friendly here. Just fair warning, The owner likes to dress like his dog. So, you may see him dressed in a dog suit from time to time,
Dog Ears Podcasts

Introducing DOG EARS…a new podcast about publishing, writing, and dogs

Greetings, ghouls! This has been a long time coming, but the Dog Ears podcast is finally live. I’ve been teasing this project for over a year at this point, I think, and I’m pleased to report the wait is over! Check out Luke Spooner’s logo artwork:

It is also an absolute honor to reveal the podcast’s theme song: “Telescope” by The High Strung!

Episode one, titled “Smiling As They Shovel Dirt On Your Face”—in which I share an amusing and embarrassing anecdote about my first short story acceptance—is out right now and can be listened wherever you download podcasts. I have big, big plans for this show. Please consider leaving a review on iTunes. It really helps!

You can also listen to the episode below:

In the debut episode of DOG EARS, Max talks about how a genuine lunatic published his first short story, and warns writers about common red flags when it comes to submitting to open markets. What is an anthology mill, and why should you finally start respecting yourself as a writer and stop settling for anybody just to see your name in print?

Support DOG EARS on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ghoulishbooks

DOG EARS is part of the GHOULISH Podcast Network: https://ghoulish.rip/

Podcast theme song: “Telescope” by The High Strung https://thehighstrungmusic.com/

Podcast logo artwork by Luke Spooner: https://carrionhouse.com/

Max Booth III

Max Booth III is a writer, publisher, editor, podcaster, and indie bookstore owner. They are the author of numerous works, including I Believe in Mister Bones, Abnormal Statistics, Maggots Screaming!, Touch the Night, and many others too spooky to name here. Their novella, We Need to Do Something, was adapted into a feature film from their own screenplay and distributed by IFC Midnight in 2021 after debuting at the Tribeca Film Festival. They co-run Ghoulish Books, a publisher/bookstore hybrid, with their wife Lori Michelle Booth. Born and raised in Northwest Indiana, they now live in San Antonio, TX. Find their work at www.TalesFromTheBooth.com.

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