Nora Seton has written about cattle, migraines, the variation in black oil paint, stillborn babies, tomatoes, chicken processors, country clubs, grain traders, living artists, ancient Greek coins, and shrimp farming.
She grew up in Northampton, Massachusetts hoping to become a painter, a farmer, an energy analyst, a psychoanalyst, an entrepreneur, a Peace Corps worker, a cook at the Antarctic research station, and an Indian chief.
She became a mother, which seemed more confounding than all the above. And she wrote, to make sense of it all. She is the author of nonfiction, short stories, poetry, book reviews, and her first novel will be published by Regal House Publishing in the spring of 2021.
She is grateful to so many for her lot in life. She lives in Houston, Texas.