Author Archives: J.M. Colon

J.M. Colon

About J.M. Colon

J.M. Colón is a writer of things – some of them literary, others political, most of them irreverent, all of them opinionated. He is a junior in the Comparative Literature department and can be reached at jmcolon@princeton.edu.

Our Once and Future Selves: An Interview with Susan Choi

The Nassau Literary Review catches up with novelist Susan Choi about her new novel “My Education,” making it as a young writer in New York, sex and politics in fiction, literary theory and practice, and more. Continue reading

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The Killer App

“Skyfall” is at the same level of quality as “Casino Royale”, making it a solid part of the upper-middle tier of the James Bond canon. It has its flaws, but one would have to be a terrible pedant to avoid watching it out of principle. Continue reading

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