Official site of author and historian Sean Munger.

About Sean

Sean Munger is a historian, teacher and author. His academic work focuses on the history of climate change. His history podcast, Second Decade, which you can hear on iTunes, focuses on the momentous decade of the 1810s. Sean’s historical writing has appeared on, Zocalo Public Square, in various national and international historical journals, and he has been quoted in the New York Times.

His latest work of fiction is the time-bending and thought-provoking science fiction/magical realism The Valley of Forever which came out in December 2016 (in Kindle format also). Sean is also the author of the science fiction novels of “The Giamotti Trilogy,” which include Life Without Giamotti (2006), All Giamotti’s Children (2008) and Giamotti in Winter (2009). His other books include Romantic, Memoirs of a Great Liner (2005) and Beowulf is Boring (2010).

Between 2013 and 2015, Sean wrote several “historical horror” novels for Samhain Horror. They include Zombie Rebellion (2014), Zombies of Byzantium (2013), Doppelgänger (2015) and The Rats of Midnight (2015).

He has also written various short pieces. His latest collection is Hotel Himalaya: Three Travel Romances which came out in September 2016. Two other short story collections are available for free on Amazon Kindle, President in the Bathroom and The Antimeridian.

Sean’s action/adventure serial The Armored Satchel, a World War II spy adventure, ran on JukePopSerials from March 2013 to March 2014.

Sean has also written for various heavy metal music publications, including Painkiller Magazine, the largest heavy music magazine in China.

He lives in Oregon.

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