Seamus Kirst is a journalist, screenwriter and aspiring memoirist. He has recently written for The Guardian, Advocate.com, Refinery 29, Forbes.com, Vice.com and UpWorthy. He is currently working on his first memoir, which details his teenage struggles with teenage substance abuse.
Seamus is a pop culture enthusiast; during the past year, he has interviewed an array of entertainment players including Carmelo Anthony, Khloe Kardashian, Amber Rose, Gabrielle Union, NeNe Leakes and Lisa Ling.
Seamus is passionate about social justice. He spent a year doing reentry work with formerly incarcerated individuals through the Doe Fund, and he recently spoke on a Refinery 29 panel about 'Race in America.'
Seamus graduated from Brown University in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in history and ethnic studies. In 2015, he earned his master's degree in arts journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
He frequently shares personal writing on his blog at www.seamuskirst.com.
Je ne suis pas triste. Ce n'est pas un état passager. Je suis dépressif. Même s'il m'arrive d'être heureux, même si j'atteins tous mes objectifs, je sais que je serai toujours en dépression. Ce n'est pas du défaitisme. Je suis simplement pragmatique. Je peux gérer ma dépression.