Sean Slagle was born and raised in Kentucky. In 1990 he moved to Indiana and completed his B.A. in English from Indiana University East. He continued to write while working various and, at time, multiple jobs. After earning an M.A. in Secondary Education from Ball State University, he has taught high school English, as well as served as a basketball coach, softball coach, track coach, and drama director. He was also an adjunct professor at Indiana Wesleyan University for ten years.
All along his journey, Slagle continued to write. He published numerous pieces in magazines and webzines. Some of his most notable short works include “A Light in the Darkness,” “Enticed,” and “The Inheritance,” as well as the story series A PORTRAIT OF THE HEARTLAND. He also authors the A DIRGE FOR THE MALICE series.
He has written and produced various drama productions, including A Primetime Christmas, Poems of the Passion, Sleepy Hollow High School, Do You Believe in Miracles, and A Socialite Christmas.