A lifelong writer, Alex Collazo’s first significant work was “Hover Tank”: a short story written in the second grade that tells the tale of a tank… that hovered.
Alex went on to earn a B.A. at Columbia University in Creative Writing and Economics-Philosophy and served as Head Copy Editor of the Columbia Daily Spectator. He has since written for a variety of publications, focusing on tech policy and art history, and served as a researcher for a number of nonfiction books.
Though his writing may have matured, his interest in science fiction remains undiminished. When not rambling on about artificial intelligence or Iain M. Banks, Alex manages the Admissionado editing team and strives to guide college and grad school apps through the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs.