Welcome to Word After Word – a podcast on writing.
On this episode we have a two-fer – two authors for the price of one. Mario Acevedo and Manuel Ramos join us for a for a bit of a round table discussion on the craft and process of writing.
“Ten years ago, I got “The Call.” That is, my agent called to say that I had been offered a contract for my Felix Gomez series. Five vampire novels, a graphic novel, some short fiction, and numerous ghost-written books later, I’m still here. In the meantime I’ve had some adventures and met a lot of great people, artists and writers, mostly.”
Manuel Ramos is a retired lawyer and the author of nine published novels and one short story collection. For his professional and community service he has received the Colorado Bar Association’s Jacob V. Schaetzel Award, the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association’s Chris Miranda Award, the Spirit of Tlatelolco Award, and others. His fiction has garnered the Colorado Book Award, the Chicano/Latino Literary Award, the Top Hand Award from the Colorado Authors League, and three Honorable Mentions from the Latino International Book Awards.