I'm Sean Aeon, and I live to create. Every conversation is inspiring; every observation is a story. I write to breathe life into fleeting thoughts hoping that they will give birth to ideas, ignite intrigue, and spark dialogue. I write to transcend superficial physical classifications and hopefully reach, and record, the heart and soul of existence.
As a sci-fi/fantasy enthusiast and self-taught student of Philosophy, I often create and incorporate my own original philosophies into the worlds and personalities of my fictional characters. Influenced by the likes of James Baldwin, Hans Christian Andersen, Joseph Campbell, Alan Moore, and Jaques Derrida, it’s the layers of insight I weave into my fictional stories that I hope produces an unparalleled experience for those who engage my work.
The Outsider’s Mind is a stirring and unorthodox concoction of magical realism, science fiction, and philosophy. It’s part quote book, part short story collection, and part philosophical analysis. If you’ve ever felt misunderstood or wondered what it’d be like to see the world through the eyes of the outcasts, this book is for you.
What can be found inside are the multifaceted musings and ideologies of immortals contemplating loss, zombies assessing the sensibility of human nature, bees struggling to figure out humanity’s destruction of their habitat, and much more.
In different ways each narrative examines human nature, the human experience, how we observe ourselves, others, and our environment.
The Outsider’s Mind uses literary and supernatural elements to paint allegorical pictures of the concepts that speak to the various ways we experience and interpret the world around us, but that often go unnoticed.
“Unless you’re looking for, or creating, a dull moment, you’ll go blind attempting to find one.”
- Broken Hands
The Outsider’s Mind is the weirdest, deepest, and most oddly-perceptive fictional book of short stories you’ll ever read. And if you‘re not talking about it, you’ll certainly be thinking about it.
A large part of Augmented: Source is that of a cautionary tale. It warns us to be aware of who and what we choose to share ourselves and our energy with.
From the story For Hire: Master, this excerpt expresses the idea of how touch can be used to consciously or subconsciously manifest what we feel within us.
Darker Vision follows two characters who deal with what their life is like currently, versus what it has the potential to be, and if they have the strength to handle drastic changes.
There are many ways in which we build walls between one another instead of bridges. The antagonist of Uneven 3 captures this disconnect in this one fleeting thought.
Optimism is often viewed as a characteristic that's always helpful, but when it's clung to for too long it can be detrimental. In The Undead Eye: Dr. Gren we will see if the doctor's faith will be rewarded.
Where would the world be without our dreamers and visionaries? Another Way: Lachelle looks into the complicated dynamic between leaders and those who they inspire to follow them.
The Catalytic Principle, by Sean Aeon
Aeonilism is a heightened awareness of the relationship between seemingly inconsequential experiences, and the depth that these experiences carry beneath the surface. The Udiats symbol visually represents this concept: Unseen Depth is Attached to Superficiality.