TIH 379: Angel Luis Colón on Crime Fiction, Cancel Culture, and Literary Agents

TIH 379 Angel Luis Colón on Crime Fiction, Cancel Culture, and Literary Agents

In this podcast Angel Luis Colón talks about crime fiction, cancel culture, literary agents, and much more.

About Angel Luis Colón

Angel Luis Colón is the Derringer and Anthony Award-nominated writer of five books including his latest novel Hell Chose Me. In his downtime, he’s edited an anthology or two, hosted a podcast, helped edit the flash fiction site Shotgun Honey, and has taken up bread baking during the pandemic because why the hell not?

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