Writer Mario Acevedo has written what he considers to be his favorite book.
It’s called University of Doom and it’s a young-adult thriller from Hex Publishers.
On the podcast, Mario talks about the fairly wild premise of University of Doom, featuring thirteen-year-old Alfonso Frankenstein and his father Eugino.
Mario also fills us in on what he calls a re-boot of the Felix Gomez series, and all of his other editing, writing and other artistic endeavors, too, including painting.
Mario’s latest Felix Gomez vampire-detective novel is Rescue From Planet Pleasure. His short fiction has appeared in several anthologies including Nightmares Unhinged and CyberWorld. Mario's novel Good Money Gone, co-authored with Richard Kilborn, won a best novel 2014 International Latino Book Award.
Mario edited the 2016 RMFW short story anthology, Found, which went on to win a Colorado Book Award this year.
Mario serves on the writing faculty of Regis University and Lighthouse Writers Workshops.
Intro music by Moby Gratis
Outro music by Dan-o-Songs
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