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Win tickets to Pete Holmes’ Brooklyn book event, plus free copies of ‘Comedy Sex God’

Win tickets to Pete Holmes’ Brooklyn book event, plus free copies of ‘Comedy Sex God’
Enter to win a pair of tickets to the May 15 discussion at The William Vale in Williamsburg.

Enter to win a pair of tickets to the May 15 discussion at The William Vale in Williamsburg.

"Crashing" fans: This is your chance to meet Pete Holmes. 

We’re giving away a pair of tickets for you and a friend to attend the actor/comedian’s Brooklyn book event, where you’ll hear Holmes discuss his new work, "Comedy Sex God," and walk away with two free copies of your own.

The event, co-hosted by WORD Bookstore, is set for May 15 at 7 p.m. at The William Vale in Williamsburg. The stand-up comedian will sit down to discuss his career progression, post-divorce dating life and the struggle to come to terms with his religious beliefs during the event. The identity of a promised special guest moderator is being kept under wraps. 

Enter your information below for the chance to win free entry, and two copies of the book due out May 14. We’ll notify the lucky winner by email. The submission deadline is noon May 8. If you’re having trouble viewing the entry form, visit amny.com/peteholmes.

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Holmes’ book release comes two months after his semi-autobiographical comedy series "Crashing," coproduced by Judd Apatow, wrapped its third and final season on HBO. Similarly to the series, the book will recount how Holmes climbed his way up the comedy ladder (which he says he’s still climbing) in New York City’s famed clubs.

Pete Holmes appears as himself in the final episode of his HBO series, "Crashing," available for streaming at HBOGo.com. 
Pete Holmes appears as himself in the final episode of his HBO series, "Crashing," available for streaming at HBOGo.com.  Photo Credit: Craig Blankenhorn/HBO

The book promises rare stories of his "soul-seeking" path to television, including a psychedelic mushroom trip that shifted his faith and life views. Plus, a dive into how he learned to separate the TV Pete and real Pete.

"When I’m in a tight spot, the quickest way to make myself laugh and gain a new perspective is by asking myself, ‘I wonder what’s going to happen with Pete?’" Holmes writes. 

IF YOU GO: "Comedy Sex God Live!" A Conversation with Pete Holmes and Special Guest" will begin at 7 p.m. on May 15 at The William Vale in Brooklyn. Tickets, priced at $35 each, are available for purchase at wordbookstores.com/peteholmes.

Meghan Giannotta