Seth Wieck has been a butcher, a farmer, a dishwasher, a technical writer, and an ad copywriter. He now teaches and remodels houses in Amarillo, Texas, where he lives with his wife and three children.
Thanks for reading. You can find more prose and poetry at a variety of places around the Internet and print, including:
Under the Sun : (Narrative Magazine)
Tender Mercies of the Wicked : (Broad River Review)
Forgive Us Our Deudas : (The Thing Itself journal, Issue 46)
An Horologist Returns to Work After His Wife’s Diagnosis : (Curator Magazine)
Names of Crops (Fathom Magazine)
Catch All (Fathom Magazine)
On Killing Prairie Rattlers (Fathom Magazine)
Anno Domini (Fathom Magazine)
Word Become Flesh: A Nativity (Fathom Magazine)
Sing (Fathom Magazine)
A Sermon Under the Pastures: An Interview with Nathan Poole : (Fathom Magazine)
Little Girl Found : (Curator Magazine)
His Tomb Is With Us To This Day : (Curator Magazine)
Hammer Through Daisies : (Curator Magazine)
First Place Fathom Magazine’s Short Story Competition July 2017, for the short story “Once In This Bread” (Fathom Magazine).
Finalist Narrative Magazine’s Spring 2013 Story Contest for the short story “Lantern, Name Thy Bearer” (Narrative Magazine).
2018 Rash Award in Fiction for the short story “Tender Mercies of the Wicked” (Broad River Review).
I Have a Dream, Ryan Culwell and Seth Wieck
Album: The Last American, Ryan Culwell