Anthony Joe Seed
Anothony "Joe" Seed has found new success following retirement by writing award-winning plays, both short and full-length.
A brick wall design, used as a background for Anthony "Joe" Seed's play title "The Mark of a Dog's Foot" was created to reference his connection as a Hobart High School "Brickie," and the subtle connection to the drama's plot.
Playwright Anthony "Joe" Seed is shown in a portrait photo taken just after he returned from the Vietnam War. Seed, who went into military service after graduating from Hobart High School in 1965, is now writing plays, many with themes related to his Vietnam experience.
Anthony "Joe" Seed still remembers the five years he worked as a journalist, including his span as a reporter at The Hammond Times in 1976, and some of the stories published that grabbed the interest of readers.
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