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Hart Seely
Written by Lou Gulino   
Wednesday, 10 November 2010 01:25

 

 

 

 

Hart Seely

The Post-Standard

What does Hart Seely do? The question should be, what doesn’t he do? He’s been a reporter and master-ful writer for the Post-Standard for more than three decades. Some of the other titles he’s earned are author, essayist, humorist, political commentator, broadcaster and foreign cor-respondent.

Let’s elaborate on those in reverse order: Hart was em-bedded with the U.S. Army in Iraq during two reporting trips in 2005 and 2006; he’s heard on National Public Ra-dio, reading and commenting on his work. In his most recent book, "Mrs. Goose Goes to Washington: Nursery Rhymes for the Po-litical Barnyard," Hart Seely turns classic verses for children into hilarious com-mentary on our nation’s leaders. Sometimes he lets leader-generated silliness speak for itself, as it did in his 2003 work, "Pieces of Intelli-gence: The Existential Poetry of Donald Rumsfeld."
And in this day of short staffs and urgent searches for good local content, Seely needs only a telephone and a com-puter (powered by his bottomless well of ideas) to make feature-writing magic. And if that doesn’t sufficient-ly impress you, check out his baseball blog. Just one more answer to “What does he do?”

 
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Walt Shepperd

Syracuse New Times

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A three-time Writer of the Year for the New York State Press Association, Walt Shepperd served for 35 years starting in 1971 as columnist, feature writer and senior editor of the Syracuse New Times.
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