Sean Immak considers himself something between a world traveler and a scholar. As a Japanese American dude raised by a Thai dude and a vegan Texan lady--believe me, you just can't make this stuff up--he had kind of a ... unique ... upbringing. He's spent the monsoon season in Thailand, watching as little crabs scuttled their way across rainy streets. He's spent fall days in Japan, sipping hot tea from vending machines. He's seen dawn on the Navajo reservation and smelled that iron-like scent that drifts up from the dust in the desert when months have gone by without the slightest hint of rain. Basically, he spent most of his childhood navigating different cultures and trying to make sense of all of the complex-creatures-we-call-humans all about him, and so now he enjoys writing about such things.

Currently, and when he isn't conjuring up some epic tale of revenge and madness, Sean enjoys long runs in the rainy woodlands of Washington state, trying to find the perfect frozen burrito, and watching Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood for-the-fifteenth-time on Netflix. He graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in English literature, where his focus was on medieval and Gothic literature in particular. He also knows how to dual-wield nunchaku for some inexplicable reason.
  • Puyallup, Washington
  • JoinedJuly 23, 2017


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Sean_Immak Sean_Immak Feb 11, 2019 06:08PM
Hey all,If any of you are looking for an epic fantasy story that is different from a lot of the Tolkien-clone--for lack of better words?--stuff that is out there, one book you might give a read is T...
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