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    Upcoming events, thoughts, musings, and ruminations.

    September 27, 2023
    On Sunday, October 29, 2023, I'll be one of a group of Vermont authors celebrating our publisher, Fomite Press, with a day-long reading from our Fomite books and new work. Fomite is a largely unrecognized treasure of the Vermont cultural scene. We're grateful to have had our books brought to...
    August 3, 2023
    For those with the time and patience, Lawrence Tribe's excellent essay in the New York Review of Books (https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2023/08/17/constrain-the-court-without-crippling-it-laurence-h-tribe/) provides a historically informed, clear-eyed analysis of the inherently problematic...
    We hear a lot about "originalism" these days. Right wingers on the Supreme Court claim it is a philosophy of constitutional interpretation and invoke it to justify their preferred results. They say they are merely implementing the meaning of the Constitution's provisions as they were...
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  • Readings

    Seth enjoys sharing his work with an audience. His readings are fun, dramatic, and engaging. To schedule a reading, please contact Seth through this website.

    Listen to Seth read his poetry

    The Rabbit

    A passage from Seth's third book, Once Was Lost


    What I had for lunch through most of August. Ceci n'est pas un sandwich.

    Fox says, now your eyes are closed

    A poem from my current book-in-progress. Fox is a major character, clever and wry as his name implies, who enjoys giving me advice laced with a good helping of snark.

    Fox says where are your feet

    This poem was born on June 30, 2022. It's part of my current book project.

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