Seth Trent

Seth Trent

Seth Trent hails from a small no-name town in eastern Kentucky. Wielding two master's degrees from the University of Dallas, his art and writings extensively examine a range of social/political issues in contemporary American culture. He hopes to expand cultural awareness as a catalyst for positive change.

    Triumphing over Mobile Technology

    Seth Trent | Wednesday, December 10, 2014
    Put down your phone - unless you’re using it to read this article. I’ve got a question for you. Is mobile technology bringing us closer together or further apart? From where I’m sitting, so-called smart phones may be dumbing down American society. According to a recent cross-platform report... More »

    Live Smarter, Not Larger

    Seth Trent | Sunday, July 20, 2014
    Contemporary man won’t be measured by the old American dream of suburban providence. Before I ventured out and into the glamorous world of apartment dwelling, I grew up in a variety of homes: a trailer in a trailer park, a trailer all-alone on four acres of grass-land and trees, an antique farm ho... More »

    Certain Uncertainty: Living the New American Dream

    Seth Trent | Saturday, May 10, 2014
    For the next few minutes, dispel any idealistic whole-hearted beliefs about what it means to be American. Imagine that it all boils down to money, because it does. Every American who’s just trying to make a half-decent living knows it. Even if you are lucky enough to have an education and expertis... More »