Tracy Seeley's debut work of literary nonfiction, My Ruby Slippers: the Road Back to Kansas, was published in March 2011 by the University of Nebraska Press. Her essays appear in The Florida Review, Prairie Schooner and other journals, and she has been a finalist for the Iowa Review and Brenda Ueland Prizes in nonfiction. She is also a literary scholar, with publications on Virginia Woolf, Joseph Conrad, Rebecca West, early 20th-century essayist and poet Alice Meynell, and the Coen Brothers.
She teaches literature and creative nonfiction at the University of San Francisco, where she has won the Distinguished Teaching Award and the College Service Award, and has held the NEH Chair in the Humanities at USF. In addition to teaching and writing, she co-directs the Center for Teaching Excellence.
Tracy lives in Oakland, California with her husband, filmmaker Frederick Marx. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virginia Woolf, W. G. Sebald, Joan Didion
'My Ruby Slippers: the Road Back to Kansas' just came out. I'm working on a new book about the flu pandemic of 1917-18, as well as essays on music in the subway tunnels, and on Virginia Woolf's walking essays.
University of Nebraska Press
The Land Institute
Breast Cancer Action
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