A former Fulbright Scholar, health educator and journalist, Beth Seiser specializes in examining complex topics in the arts, medicine, business and science with a fluid prose style that makes her reporting accessible to the non-specialist. Her work has appeared in Cape Arts Review, The Cape Cod Times, The Cape Cod Voice and other local publications. She was awarded the New England Press Association's first prize in 2002, and again in 2006. Her fiction is included in an anthology of Cape women writers entitled, "A Sense of Place." Beth has been writing professionally for the past ten years and is currently working on a book about the alphabet. Her curiosity and regard for letters are also reflected in her visual work, with alphabet themes running through her paintings. Her work has been included in shows in Provincetown, Wellfleet and Hyannis.


2016 - 2023
Nauset Regional High School, English teacher, Eastham MA, Freshman and Seniors

2000 - 2013
Freelance writer for Boys'Life, The Cape Cod Times, Cape Cod Voice, The Cape Codder, PrimeTime, A-Plus, Cape Arts Review, Cape Cod Woman, specializing in the arts, personal profiles, and environmental issues.
Received the New England Press Association Award in 2002 and 2006.
Included in the anthology “A Sense of Place: Cape Women Writers” in 2003.

1990 - 1999
Health Educator and Director of Curriculum for FCD Educational Services in Needham, MA.
Health Educator for Barnstable County Health Department and Cape Cod Healthcare.

1989 Fulbright Scholar

1988 Graduated Hampshire College, B.A. in Liberal Arts

1984 Graduated Nauset Regional High School, Eastham, MA