In this podcast Angel Luis Colón talks about Blacky Jaguar, Hell Chose Me, Latinx authors, 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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