Seth Abramson Biography
Seth Abramson is a former American criminal defense attorney and criminal investigator. He has worked as an Assistant Professor of Professional and Technical Communications shares at the University of New Hampshire.
He is also a poet, journalist, editor, and literary critic who is known for his poetic collections titled Northerners (2011) and The Suburban Ecstasies (2009). For his poetry, he was honored with Green Rose Prize in 2010 and the Akron Poetry prize in 2012.
Seth Abramson Wiki Uncovers Age
Seth Abramson was born on 31 October 1976 in Concord, Massascutes.
He also lived in New Hampshire, Iowa, and Wisconsin.
Seth Abramson completed his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2016. Similarly, he pursued his Master’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 2009 to 2010.
Also, he attended the University of Iowa from 2007 to 2009 and did his Masters in Fine Arts in Creative Writing.
Seth Abramson comes from a family with a teaching background. His mother’s name is Claudia Abramson. She was an art teacher who motivated Seth to pursue his career in teaching from an early age.
Seth used to visit his mother’s school and help her organize art materials. From her mother’s commitment to the well-being of the students, he became inspired to do service-oriented tasks in his life.
Seth Abramson lives with his wife and rescue hounds, Quinn and Scout, on a suburban street in southern New Hampshire.