Hi. My name is Seth Singleton and I’m a storyteller.
I started writing publicly when I was a reporter for the Tracy High newspaper the Scholar and Athlete. This led to an internship at the Tracy Press. I covered sports, local events, and wrote a column about my experiences as a senior while developing my voice.
I later studied English and Writing at San Francisco State University and then at California College of the Arts, respectively.
At first, I learned how to tell stories from listening to my dad. He could turn a 15-minute trip to the grocery store into a two-hour yarn and make every detail feel important.
Through his example I learned to see the story in everything around me. Every person I met was a character.
Later, I learned to pay more attention to the people who told me stories. Each one offered specific insights into style, point-of-view, and more. In this way they encouraged me to view movies, news anchors, and documentarians as storytellers also.
Following the growing acceptance of comic books, my favorite writers, artists, and characters were included in this growing fabric. Now I see the story in every place I go and every person I see. I want to tell the story of all of us, one person at a time.
He is also featured in Writing Book 2010 which is available on Books Price.
His free-agent writing is available by project or contract.
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