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Seth Polley

I live in southeastern Arizona where I teach high school history. My home is very close to US/MX border and the border and the countries it divides are very close to my heart. For a little over twenty years, I served the Episcopal church as a priest, but now I work as a teacher. I use for my writing website, but I also have another site, where I write a blog. At this point in my writing career I have received a couple of honorable mentions in writing contests, and have self-published two short monographs. I'm planning on continuing to write and look forward to the time when I can devote more time to it.
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Top 10 Reasons I would be a Lousy Bishop

Reason # 10. Too Hard to Remember How to Write my Name Some Episcopal clergy practice a interesting tradition when writing out their name, especially on formal documents like marriage licenses and baptismal certificates, letters of admonition, or rejection letters to aspiring bishops. If one is a priest, then one […]

…Stays in Vegas

The authorities released their names today. The media has culled photos of them and put these images on line. I looked at each person. I read each caption that wrote about them. The media stated their reasons for attending the concert. It identified what they celebrated. It told us about […]

The End of the Dream?

Our national mythology runs deep. Even before we formed as a nation, people came to this land full of imagination and hope. That hope was never particularly altruistic or pure; profit motivated many, business opportunity urged others onward, the Dream has always had, at its roots, some degree of self-serving, […]