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James Mason and the Walk-in Closet

In this collection of short fiction—two novellas and eleven short stories—June Akers Seese writes of the Sylvia Plath generation: older women who, although alienated from conventional roles, remain unliberated by the feminist movement, and… Read on! →

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Is This What Other Women Feel Too?

June Akers Seese's second novel is about books and the people who read them: it's about a rare-book dealer and his mistress, set in that era when words like “mistress” were still used, and recalling the years when Lenny Bruce, Edith Piaf, and Freud… Read on! →

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Is This What Other Women Feel Too?

June Akers Seese’s second novel is about books and the people who read them: it’s about a rare-book dealer and his mistress, set in that era when words like “mistress” were still used, and recalling the years when Lenny Bruce, Edith Piaf, and Freud… Read on! →

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What Waiting Really Means

What Waiting Really Means is about emergencies that never reach the emergency room. It’s about a woman named Mary with no last name who rides buses and smokes cigars and watches the wind blow her bedroom curtains into a frenzy. It’s about cities… Read on! →