SHANNON MUIR’s short stories include suspense and mystery elements, such as “Tragic Like a Torch Song” in THE DAME DID IT from Pro Se Press, “Pretty as a Picture” in the anthology NEWSHOUNDS, “Tropical Terror” in CRIME DOWN ISLAND and “Hidden History” in EXPLORER PULP. She’s also written the Single Shot New Pulp tale “Ghost of the Airwaves,” a short story offered in electronic format only from Pro Se Press.
From her personal self-published projects, her best known titles in this area include the rural crime series THE WILLOWBROOK SAGA.
In other genres, Shannon’s published short stories include “Meeting the Monster” in the Emby Press anthology SUPERHERO MONSTER HUNTER: THE GOOD FIGHT and “Cover Story” in ARIA KALSAN: MYSTERIES OF THE FUTURE.
She is also known as administrator of the blogs THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF and the feature SHANNON MUIR’S INFINITE HOUSE OF BOOKS at her official blog, under which she also manages branded e-books that that tie into the blog brands, many collecting stories that originally debuted on her official blog.
Shannon holds a BA in Radio-TV and English from Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington, which she considers to be her hometown. She also holds an MA in Communications from California State University, Fullerton, along with additional education in screenwriting, project management, library technician studies, and most recently a certificate earned with distinction in General Business with Emphasis in Marketing from UCLA Extension.
She is married to FLYING GLORY AND THE HOUNDS OF GLORY collaborator and fellow author Kevin Paul Shaw Broden. They live in California in the United States.
She is a member of Sisters in Crime (national, Guppies, and Los Angeles, where she also serves on the Los Angeles board for a two year term beginning in 2018), as well as the Toastmasters4Writers Chapter of Toastmasters International, Women in Animation, ASIFA-Hollywood, and the Animation Writers Caucus of the Writer’s Guild of America, west.
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