Meléndez, Manuel A.

Manuel A Melendez

Manuel A. Meléndez was born in Puerto Rico and grew up in Spanish Harlem(El Barrio). He caught the writing bug around the age of 12 when he discovered Edgar Allan Poe at the Public Library. He has self-published two poetry books: “Observations Through Poetry” and “Voices From My Soul“, and a collection of short stories, “Christmas Tales-New York“. He is also the author of two novels, “Josefa’s Curse,(which he’s revising) and “When Angels Fall“, (published by Aignos Publishing, Inc.) Mr. Meléndez lives in Sunnyside, New York.

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