“… Padron’s fiction is evocative, passionate … he is incapable of writing a boring word…” - David Landau, author of the classic Kissinger: The Uses of Power
“excellent command of narrative tension and sentences . . .” - Jocelyn Bartkevicius, author and editor
“... a masterful and accomplished writer.” - Erica Silverman, Trident Agency
“Mr. Padron has a very strong writer's voice, one I haven't come across in such a long time for a new novelist ... I have read this author and I can guarantee it won't be the last time ...” - Lea Schizas, award-winning author/editor
“… Padron’s prose shows careful attention to detail … originality of language and imagery...” - Rita Ciresi, award-winning author
“Loved it… a story that pushes the boundaries of genre and perspective…” - Lisa Diane Kastner, writer and editor on “Sylvia's Island”
Paperback: 176 pages
Product dimensions: 6 x 0.44 x 9 inches
Publishing date: November 3, 2020
Born in Havana, Cuba, Nick Padron grew up in New York City. He studied writing at New York University. He was an RCA Victor recording artist and the creator of Diablero, a rock opera based on Carlos Castaneda’s books. His television credits in Spain include musical director and cast member of the highly acclaimed, award-winning series Esta Noche Cruzamos El Mississippi and of many other TV productions. His short stories have appeared in numerous publications and anthologies in the US and abroad. He is the author of three Novels, including The Cuban Scar and ABN Award finalist Where Labyrinths End.
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