Seese, June Akers

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SEESE, June Akers

SEESE, June Akers. American, b. 1935. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Detroit Public Schools, Detroit, MI, secondary English teacher, 1960-68; Spelman College Continuing Education Program, Atlanta, GA, instructor, spring and summer, 1989; Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Atlanta, instructor, winter and spring, 1991; writer. Serves on literary panels of Georgia Council for the Arts, Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs, and Fulton County Arts Council; lecturer; gives readings of works at bookstores. Associate producer of literary performance series "Uptown/On the Town," 1987-92. Lectures at U. of Illinois, Wayne State, Emory University, and Illinois State. Publications: NOVELS: What Waiting Really Means, 1990; Is This What Other Women Feel Too?, 1991; James Mason and the Walk-in Closet and Collected Stories, 1993. Contributor of stories and reviews to periodicals. Address: c/o Robin Rue, Writers House, 21 W 26th St, New York, NY 10010, U.S.A.