Madison Reyes and Spencer Henry

Best friends and co-hosts Spencer Henry (Cult Liter Podcast) and Madison Reyes have a long-running history of sending each other the wildest, most absurd, and sometimes scathing obituaries. In 2021 they decided to share their findings with the world when they launched Obitchuary, the hilarious, hit weekly podcast, and it turned out the world was eager to hear it. Today, Spencer and Madison continue to podcast together and both live in Los Angeles when they're not touring the country to spread the Obitchuary message.

If you're attending the event:

  • A copy of the author's new book must be purchased from MBTB in order to obtain a line number and get anything signed.
  • Line Numbers for the event will be available starting the day the book goes on sale, but you can preorder at any time and we'll pull a number for you when the book is released.
  • Seating and parking are first come, first served. 
  • If you're unsure you can make the event and would like your copy personalized / inscribed, please include personalization information in the order comments. 
  • Our signing policies can be found here.

If you can't make an event and need to order signed copies: 

  • If you would like your copy personalized, please include inscription information in the order comments. 
  • If your order contains a preorder, it will not ship until it's complete. If you would prefer to have your books shipped as they're released we recommend placing separate orders or ordering in batches with similar release dates.
  • Signed / personalized copies won't ship until after the event. You'll receive tracking info from 

Event date: 

Friday, August 23, 2024 - 6:30pm

Event address: 

2342 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005
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Obitchuary: The Big Hot Book of Death By Spencer Henry, Madison Reyes Cover Image
ISBN: 9780593475287
Availability: Coming Soon - Available for Pre-Order Now
Published: Plume - August 20th, 2024

Based on the popular podcast, Obitchuary: The Big Hot Book of Death is a smart, funny look at the American culture of death and how we’re remembered.