I still have a soft spot in my heart for my quirky science fiction epic, published in 2006, which has a (very small) cult following.
It's been a long time since I've done any posts about my Giamotti books, the series of SF novels that began with "Life Without Giamotti" [...]
In the above video, you will see my friend Karl from Germany (he featured rather prominently in my recent Wacken 2014 diary) introducing [...]
Today is an absolutely wonderful and fascinating historical anniversary. Twenty-six years ago today, on March 25, 1988, over 5,000 Slovaks attended a peaceful demonstration in Hviezdoslav [...]
This amazing bronze sculpture of the Hindu god Shiva, depicted as "Lord of the Dance"--not to be confused with Michael Flatley--was created possibly more than [...]
My 10 favorite articles of 2013 (Part II): Women of horror, celeb endorsement, TrueTwit follies and sultry jazz.
It's the last day of the year and here is my second post counting down my top 10 favorite articles I've run on Seanmunger.com during [...]
This barren strip of rock and grass poking up out of the Pacific Ocean is called Farallon de Medinilla. It's part of the Northern Marianas [...]
These farm fields are located near Waterloo, Belgium, which on this exact day 198 years ago--June 18, 1815--was the site of one of the most [...]
The treatment of women in science fiction and horror is appalling, and it's time to do something about it.
This building in the foreground with the two large towers is called the Century Apartments. It fronts Central Park West in New York City (the [...]