Sean has been published in The Atlantic, The Comics Journal, The Hooded Utilitarian, and more. He's the co-author (with Joy DeLyria) and illustrator of Down in the Hole: the UnWired World of H.B. Ogden, released in September 2012 by powerHouse Books. He's also written the afterwords for several volumes of the ongoing Cerebus restoration project.
How Not To Make a Graphic Novel
Utility and Art, Satan and Paradise: Depeche Mode and Gustave Doré
Music or Comics, Or Making a Joyful Noise
What Do I Do With Those Damn Anime Kids?
Collage Theatre, Copyright, and the Curious Case of Anne Frank, Superstar
Rape, Murder, and Artifice in Downton Abbey
Bewitching: Metaphor Made Literal
Onward Towards Our Noble Deaths
Gasoline Alley: Nostalgia for the Unknown
The Art of Invisibility: the Gerhard interview
I'm Glad to Have the Benefit Now of Existing: A David Lasky interview
Carrol, Cross-Contour, and the Demi-Fecund Ram: an interview with Mahendra Singh
Crossing Over: Mitsuru Adachi, Cross Game, and the Problem of Genre
Dreaming Small: Rhinestone Cowboy/Deacon Blues
Why Violent Femmes' Classic Debut Still Seems So Young 30 Years Later