Sean Shannon is a writer, English professor, and artist-of-many-trades.
Her first novel, The Prostitutes of Lake Wiishkoban, was shortlisted for the Dundee International Book Prize and a quarterfinalist for the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, and she is also the author of 50 Critical Thinking Exercises for Humanities Classes and 50 Critical Thinking Exercises for Humanities Classes 2. Her writing has also appeared in the Toledo Free Press, as well as the anthologies Queering Sexual Violence: Radical Voices from Within the Anti-Violence Movement and Representing Kink: Fringe Sexuality and Textuality in Literature, Digital Narrative, and Popular Culture.
She is also the creator and host of the teaching webseries Socratic Sense, and the host of the upcoming education news podcast Critical E. Additional examples of her art can be found here on her website.
Originally from Toledo, Ohio, she currently lives in Richland Center, Wisconsin, where she teaches at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville Richland. She can be reached by email at (her first name) at (this domain), or by social media using the links on this page.