Sean McGowan

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Sean Michael McGowan (born December 21, 1980) is one of the few American writers to publish photographic novels (similar to photo novels in that they are both literary and graphic, yet distinguished from them by using photography instead of illustrations). His writing focuses on wide world views and macro issues from international politics to the neuroscience of warfare.

McGowan has become known for the release of his work into the public domain.[1]

His most popular work,[2] Click Click Snap (2007) was written during his travels through the Middle East, and is a modern example of literary nonfiction.


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