Greenwich Village Tales
Most of these tales take place during the 1960s and shed light on the gay scene in New York during that period of change. Cee Jay Seton is the narrator of these fictitious accounts of a diversity of men he meets in La Bar, a neighborhood hangout in Greenwich Village, New York. Their stories are serious, humorous, touching, and even tragic. These tales will appeal to people of any sexual orientation; however, the reader should be warned that this book contains controversial topics and explicit language.
Chuck has been a teacher, administrator, real estate appraiser and broker. He has taught students in grades seven through twelve in suburban and inner-city schools as well as private preparatory schools. He also has been an adjunct professor at several colleges and universities. "The 'real-life' stories of my students have always been my source of inspiration," he says.
A native of New Jersey, he now lives in sunny Arizona. "My passions are life-long learning, reading, writing, travel, physical fitness, and, of course, Diamondback baseball."