In the midst of the 9/11 hysteria, the publication of this article in Don Diva magazine in the summer of 2001 turned Seth into ‘BOP Enemy #1’ and resulted in his transfer to a higher security prison. His transfer was based solely on the words appearing in this article. During that transfer, Seth was put through a nightmare journey courtesy of the BOP that included diesel therapy, SIS investigations, trips to the hole, and a stay in a drycell. The BOP tried to break him, but Seth wouldn’t stop writing. The retaliation and harassment from his keepers only made him stronger mentally and forged his pen hand in steel.
This article, published in Vice magazine, details Seth’s first mini-diesel in the 9/11 aftermath cycle of retribution.
This article describes the BOP’s attempts to derail Seth’s educational pursuits.
This article in Don Diva started the Ron Jordan and prison basketball tidal wave that led to several publishing opportunities, international acclaim for Seth and Ron Jordan, as well as talks of prison basketball documentaries and Ron Jordan movies.
This article was Seth’s first appearance in Slam and continued the Ron Jordan saga.
Seth’s second Slam piece, this article cemented his growing reputation as the official chronicler of prison basketball.
This article with a humorous take on life on the inside represents Seth’s first foray for FHM.
This was Seth’s first political piece for The Ave.
The Flywire published this about the famed B-more b-ball court where NBA players like Sam Cassel, Juan Dixon and Carmelo Anthony forged their games in the heat of playground battles. The article also features streetballing legend Michael Lloyd.
In prison there are serious restrictions on prisoners’ personal property. In the world, people tend to accumulate things as they get older, but in prison convicts are expected to live decades of their lives and …