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Something Indecent with Max Booth III

I’ve talked about it a little bit on social media, but it’s about time I made a blog post about it, otherwise it’s not official, right?

Beginning in October, I will be hosting a comedic variety show on the second Tuesday of every month at Radio Coffee & Beer in Austin, TX. It is called Something Indecent with Max Booth III. What the hell does that mean? Well, I guess you better drag your ass down to the show and find out for yourself.

Check out the amazing logo Betty Rocksteady made me:

I liked the logo so much, I uploaded the design to my TeePublic page. You, too, can wear the cartoon version of myself on your sexy body.

Here is the description for our first event on October 8th:

Radio Coffee & Beer is proud to present the inaugural monthly late-night performance of SOMETHING INDECENT WITH MAX BOOTH III, hosted by—you guessed it—Max Booth III. A variety show like nothing you’ve ever seen, unless you’ve seen a lot of variety shows, then we don’t know, maybe you have seen something similar. With acts by special guests: Shane McKenzie, Jess Hagemann, Lucas Mangum, and Robert Dean! Join us for a strange night of debauchery and hilarious depravity.

It is going to be a blast. I hope. I won’t lie. I’m nervous as hell about it. But still. I gotta do it, right?


Anyway. Here is the Facebook event page. Please go RSVP.

Radio Coffee & Beer
4204 Manchaca Rd
Austin, TX 78704

Time of event


Shane McKenzie is the author of many books, including Muerte Con Carne, Pus Junkies, Addicted to the Dead, All You Can Eat, Mutt, Fat Off Sex and Violence, and lots more. He wrote comics for Zenescope Entertainment in their Oz series, Grimm Fairy Tales series, and Grimm Tales of Terror series. The film El Gigante, done by LuchaGore Productions and directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero, is based on the first chapter of Muerte Con Carne. He continues to write screenplays for LuchaGore. He lives in Austin, TX with his wife and daughter. He’s staring at you right now.

Jess Hagemann is a ghostwriter in Austin, Texas. She helps living people put on the page the memories that made them, the expertise they have to share, and the fictions they wish could be. Jess also writes her own fiction, in the vein of Chuck Palahniuk’s pop-culture absurdity, Mark Z. Danielewski’s found-object horror, and Richard Brautigan’s continual dream-state. Her first novel Headcheese won an IPPY award for horror.

Lucas Mangum is the author of several books. His most popular titles are Engines of Ruin, Gods of the Dark Web, and Saint Sadist, but he doesn’t play favorites. He lives in Texas with his family, but can also be found at lucasmangum.com or on Twitter @RealLucasMangum.

Robert Dean is a writer, journalist, and cynic. His essays have been featured in Jackson Free Press, Victoria Advocate, and is a regular contributor to The Austin American Statesman. He’s also been on NPR. Robert is finishing a New Orleans-based crime thriller called A Hard Roll. He lives in Austin and likes ice cream and koalas. Stalk him on Twitter: @Robert_Dean.