Lopez, Arnaldo Jr.


arnaldo lopez jrMr. Lopez, of Puerto Rican descent, was born and bred in Brooklyn,  New York, and now resides in Queens, New York. He has written articles for Railway Age magazine, Homeland Defense Journal, Reptile & Amphibian magazine, and the New York Daily News magazine. He has written scripts for Archie and Personality Comics; and has sold short stories to Neo-Opsis magazine, Lost Souls e-zine, and various Sci-Fi and/or horror newsletters and fanzines. He is a regular contributor to the Brooklyn Aquarium Society newsletter and the online magazine; Salsa Magazine.

He was also editor of Offworld, a small science fiction magazine that was once chosen as a “Best Bet” by Sci-Fi television. He published his first novel, Chickenhawk, under his pseudonym of Arnold Wolf. He and his son are collaborating on a series of Fantasy novels titled, “The Father & Son Chronicles.” Mr. Lopez is the recipient of the Emmett Cribbs award for short fiction, and the Distinguished Service Award from the MTA NYC Transit for creating their civilian counter-terrorism training program. Mr. Lopez is also the Chairman of the Latino Authors & Writers Society, and the organizer of the annual Latino Authors & Writers Conference in New York City.


Contact:  http://www.meetup.com/Latino-Authors-and-Writers-Society/member/13967024/

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