The Chronicles section is our free-form space for individuals to share their personal journeys. We hope these essays inspire you to see and approach the world differently through contributors who have strayed from the beaten path.
THOMAS CROFTS teaches medieval literature and classical languages at East Tennessee State University. His poems have appeared in The Texas Observer, Upstart Crow, Born Magazine and the Anthology of Southern Poetry: Tennessee. He lives with Molly, Rex, Augie and Shadow. For more about Thomas, click here. To read additional poems and generally follow […]
DANIEL DE SEGOVIA GROSS is a serial entrepreneur and a pioneer of the early days of the world wide web. Ever humble about his accomplishments, when asked for a biographical blurb, Daniel simply responds: ‘I solve problems, I have run companies that solve problems, in my spare time I come with new problems, sometimes I […]
We invited our friend & artist Jan Baracz to honor his beloved Sabrina Seelig in our magazine. Seymour is proud to provide a platform for Sabrina’s brilliant creative voice. Approaching the 5th anniversary of Sabrina’s death, it is with profound respect that we share her story and offer you her words. On the morning […]
MICHAEL CHANEY is a professor of film and television at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Independent filmmaker and visual artist, Michael wrote, produced and directed the award-winning short film, “Luke”. The essay below is an adaptation of a sermon Michael gave as a guest preacher on […]
Jennifer McClure & Thomas Ségouin. Photo by © Jennifer McClure Photographer JENNIFER MCCLURE discusses a series of photos taken during a recent trip to Paris; offering us a compelling glimpse into the creative process and how one’s art can profoundly affect one’s life, and vice versa. HEARTBREAK HOTEL This series of photos comes from […]
JON HANDELMAN is a recent graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law. He currently lives in Paris. In a personal essay, he shares his thoughts on creativity and the tough choices young people face when choosing a career path. Trading Creativity Creativity. Why is it so elusive for so many of us? Why does the image […]
JULIEN RAFFINOT is an artist based in Berkeley, California. His work has not appeared in any formal location and his short novel about the Queen of England is still pending. He is currently writing poetry and putting together a binder with plans for his future. His book The Caverns is due to be published in […]
Photo by © Charles Duprat FLORENCE DERIVE is an artist and interior decorator. She frequently collaborates with architect Alberto Pinto. As with all other participants, Seymour sent Florence a standard interview questionnaire. What we got in return was a beautiful poem recounting her life story. Florence has always had the courage to listen […]
JENNY KUHLA teaches photography at the Savannah College of Art & Design. Prior to teaching at SCAD, Jenny Kuhla worked as an account executive for a large stock photography agency in New York. Her work has been represented by the Clifford-Smith Gallery in Boston and included in several prestigious juried exhibitions. At SCAD, […]
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