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Tag Archives: David A. Colón
“brings the theoretical complexities surrounding the idea of fate to life” – review of The Lost Men on The View from Here
On The View From Here website, Grace Read has written her review of David Colón’s novel The Lost Men. In her witty introduction, she says she read the book while suffering from morning sickness so it may have affected her … Continue reading
In his review of The Lost Men by David Colón on the British Fantasy Society website, Chris Limb says that David “conjures up a realistic deserted future world and the day-to-day existence of Mann [,the main protagonist]”, and his home … Continue reading
David A. Colón, author of The Lost Men, will be at FenCon IX (21-23 September) in the Crowne Plaza North Dallas
Bennett Gavrish has reviewed The Lost Men by David A. Colón on his website. He says “The story has a natural flow, and [Colón] does of interweaving details about a bizarre [post-apocalyptic] civilization alongside deep philosophical and religious discussions.”
Brandi Jording describes The Lost Men by David A. Colón as “” in her review over on the She Never Slept website. Her final thoughts: “Insightfully written, I finished the book in a few hours. However, the thoughts and feelings … Continue reading
Seregil of Rhiminee, on the Risingshadow website, has written a thorough review of The Lost Men by David A. Colón in which he praises both the quality of David’s writing style and the depth of the story. He says that … Continue reading
The Lost Men, an allegory by David A. Colón was today published by Elsewhen Press. This thought-provoking tale is the epitome of a slipstream novel, immersing us in a near-future we can recognise but would hope never to inhabit, asking … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that David A. Colón, Assistant Professor of English at TCU in Fort Worth, Texas, has signed a publishing deal with Elsewhen Press for his first work of fiction, The Lost Men. Described as literary speculative … Continue reading