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    Daniel Christian, Dante scholar, laureate of the Robert M. Durling Prize from the Dante Society of America,  editor of Educating the Eye: Essays From High School Students Inspired By Dante, and proprietor of the web site Dante Is Everywhere, reviews Once Was Lost.  Quite apart from the high...
    I don't like a lot of modern poetry.  It's too purely personal, in all the ways that implies.  Reading again Peter Ackroyd's biography of William Blake, some 26 years after I first encountered it, I come upon a passage that strikes me even more forcibly now than it did the first time I read it. ...
    Here is a recording of the conversation between me and Marc Estrin on June 17, 2021, about what it's like to write a book that piggybacks on a literary classic.
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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.

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    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.

    Star of Bethelehem, Part 1

    The first part of a story from Among the Lost.

    Star of Bethelehem, Part 2

    The second part of a story from Among the Lost.

    On A Clouded Solstice, Looking Back

    This sonnet came to me the night of December 21, 2020.

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