Author Archives: Sean Patrick Hazlett

About Sean Patrick Hazlett

Conservative clean energy crusader, national security hawk, financial analyst, engineer, and former military officer.

Are Liberals More Educated Than Conservatives? (2016 Election Update)

Four years ago, I analyzed the education levels of those who voted for the Democratic candidate for President and the Republican candidate for President for a total of six Presidential and Midterm elections. In that analysis, I had concluded that  people … Continue reading

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“We Hit Back” Featured in Abyss & Apex

I’m very excited to announced that my first published story of 2017, “We Hit Back“, now appears in the sixty-first issue of Abyss & Apex. “We Hit Back” was inspired by a thought experiment about the implications of creating and building … Continue reading

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2016 Writing Statistics and Revenue

Many authors in the science fiction, fantasy and horror genres track their writing progress and provide a summary of it at the end of each year. For instance, both Nick Mamatas and Martin Shoemaker provide fairly comprehensive years in review that cover what … Continue reading

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“Twinwalkers” Featured in Unnerving Magazine

I’m very excited to announced that my story, “Twinwalkers” now appears in the first issue of Unnerving Magazine. To be honest, I’m not entirely sure where the idea for “Twinwalkers” came from, but the story has obvious Lovecraftian influences. For … Continue reading

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“Pinned” Featured in Kasma SF Magazine

My story, “Pinned”, is now live on the Kasma SF Magazine website. Prior to reporting to Fort Knox for the Armor Officer Basic Course (AOBC) as a newly-minted second lieutenant in November 1998, former tankers and cavalrymen had warned me … Continue reading

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“Quantum Shadows” Featured on Stupefying Stories Showcase

My story, “Quantum Shadows“, is now featured on Stupefying Stories Showcase. This story is based on my interpretation of a friend’s dream in which his ex-girlfriend would appear at night and suck the life from him. After doing further research, it turns … Continue reading

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“Chasing A.M.I.E.” Featured on The Overcast

I’m happy to announce that a podcast of my story, “Chasing A.M.I.E.” is now live on The Overcast website. This story explores both the promise and peril of automation. Over the last century, the miracle of automation has freed mankind from … Continue reading

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Remembering Jay on Memorial Day 2016

Every Memorial Day, I honor the sacrifice of my friend, Jay. As the world changes and the years fade, it is more important than ever that we never forget those who have selflessly sacrificed their lives in the service of our … Continue reading

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Dispatches from the U.S.S. DeKalb: May 1, 1918

May 1, 1918 Sighted Cape Charles Lighthouse on 4 to 8 A.M. watch. Anchored in Hampton Roads 10 o’clock and docked at Newport News, Va. 2 P.M.

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Dispatches from the U.S.S. DeKalb: April 30, 1918

April 30, 1918 Worked all day issuing small stores. Weather warm, except at night when rain storm came up.

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