J. David Gonzalez

J. David Gonzalez's writing has appeared in Plots with Guns, Jai-Alai Magazine, and Yeti, as well as numerous other publications. He writes about books and other miscellany at Cabinetbeer.com. An MFA graduate from Florida International University, he is currently at work on his first novel, a crime story set in pre-Mariel Miami. He lives in Los Angeles.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Staring at the Sun: Adam Gopnik’s “Rise of Florida Crime Fiction.”
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