Ernesto A. Ospina’s fantasy tends toward dark, post-apocalyptic settings, exploring the heroism of ordinary people in the face of barbaric circumstances. His work reflects an abiding interest in classics and history, incorporating themes of alienation, bi-cultural identity, love and heartbreak, redemption, philosophy, politics and psychology.

His writing is influenced by the work of George R.R. Martin,  Gene Wolfe, Joe Abercrombie, Stephen R. Donaldson, Ursula K. Le Guin and David Gemmel.




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