Angel Luis Colón

Angel Luis Colón’s Derringer Award–nominated fiction has appeared in multiple print and web publications. His reviews have appeared in My Bookish Ways, and he is an editor for Shotgun Honey, a flash-fiction website focused on noir, hard-boiled, and crime stories. His debut novella, The Fury of Blacky Jaguar, came out July 2015 from One Eye Press. Keep up with him at his site, angeluiscolon.com, or follow him on Twitter @GoshDarnMyLife.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

What Consumes Destroys

In "The Cartel," Don Winslow provides a stark window into the effects of extreme human desire. Nothing fantastical. This is the human condition....


A Legacy of Violence

You'd be hard-pressed to believe "Bull Mountain" is the work of a debut author....

A Legacy of Violence
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