Glen Seeber
Copy Editor

Glen Seeber was born in Kansas, but his earliest memories are of residing in Ardmore, followed by attending kindergarten and first grade in Tripoli, Libya, where his father worked as a geologist. The rest of Glen's education was obtained in El Dorado, Kan., up to an associate degree in liberal arts. He earned his bachelor's in journalism at the University of Oklahoma, spent a brief time working at the Hobbs News-Sun in New Mexico, then honed his craft for more than 22 years at The Duncan Banner, where he advanced from reporter to news editor and finally managing editor, winning numerous awards along the way. He went on to work as managing editor at the Broken Arrow Daily Ledger, where under his leadership the newspaper won the Oklahoma Press Association's Sequoyah Award for best newspaper in its division. After working for a short time at newspapers in New Mexico and Arkansas, he returned to Oklahoma to work on the Presentation Desk at The Oklahoman as a senior copy editor. Glen is also the creator and owner of TheChisholmTrail.com, a website devoted to the historic Chisholm Trail.

Top Stories


  • Book review: 'The Arrivals' by Melissa Marr

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Published: Sun, Aug 24, 2014

    “The Arrivals” transplants characters from Earth into The Wastelands, a western landscape populated with bloodsuckers, fire-breathing lizards and a man who wants to control everything.

  • Book review: 'The 6th Extinction: A Sigma Force Novel' by James Rollins

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, Aug 22, 2014

    Characters in the latest Sigma Force novel find themselves in an underground labyrinth of caverns where prehistoric forms of life have survived for millennia beneath the frozen wastes at the bottom of the world, as an unknown plague threatens to wipe out all life on the surface of the planet.

  • Book review: 'World of Trouble: The Last Policeman Book III' by Ben H. Winters

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, Aug 8, 2014

    What would you do if you knew the end of the world would take place within less than a year?

  • Book review: 'Don't Ever Get Old' and 'Don't Ever Look Back' by Daniel Friedman

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Published: Sun, Jul 27, 2014

    Daniel Friedman’s lead character and narrator in the books, “Don’t Ever Get Old” and “Don’t Ever Look Back,” is a retired Jewish homicide detective, Baruch “Buck” Schatz.

  • Book review: 'The Lost' by Sarah Beth Durst

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Published: Sun, Jul 20, 2014

    Suppose, with all the worries in the world on your back, the next time you stop at an intersection where you’re supposed to turn left, you go straight instead. Perhaps you just want to lose yourself ... and you do.

  • Book review: 'FaceOff,' edited by David Baldacci, featuring short stories by members of the International Thriller Writers trade group

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Published: Sun, Jul 13, 2014

    Short stories in the book are by Dennis Lehane, Michael Connelly, Ian Rankin, Peter James, R.L. Stine, Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, M.J. Rose, Lisa Gardner, Steve Martini, Linda Fairstein, Jeffery Deaver, John Sanford, Healther Graham, F. Paul Wilson, Raymond Khoury, Linwood Barclay, John Lescroart, T. Jefferson Parker, Steve Berry, James Rollins, Lee Child and Joseph Finder.

  • Author Q&A with Craig Johnson

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, Jun 6, 2014

    During a book tour visit to the Full Circle Bookstore in Oklahoma City, the author of the Walt Longmire mysteries series sat down for an interview with The Oklahoman. This is an edited transcript of that interview.

  • Author Spotlight with Craig Johnson

    Updated: Fri, Jun 6, 2014

    Author Spotlight with Craig Johnson

  • Book review: 'Robogenesis' by Daniel H. Wilson

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, Jun 6, 2014

    Tulsa-native Daniel H. Wilson returns to the robotic wars of his bestselling novel “Robopocalypse” in this thrilling sequel.

  • Daniel H. Wilson to sign books

    Updated: Fri, Jun 6, 2014

    Daniel H. Wilson will sign copies of his new book, “Robogenesis,” at 7 p.m. June 16 at Barnes & Noble, 13800 N May Ave.

  • Book review: 'Glorious' by Jeff Guinn

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, May 23, 2014

    After writing an insightful and detailed Western history book, “The Last Gunfight: The Real Story of the Shootout at the O.K. Corral — And How It Changed the American West,” Jeff Guinn has returned to a fictional Arizona in the Western novel “Glorious,” which promises to be the first installment in a trilogy, if not a longer series.

  • Author Q&A with Jeff Guinn

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, May 23, 2014

    During a book tour visit to the Quail Springs Barnes & Noble in Oklahoma City, Guinn sat down for an interview with The Oklahoman. This is an edited transcript of that interview.

  • Book review: 'Any Other Name' by Craig Johnson

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, May 16, 2014

    The 11th Walt Longmire mystery is one of the best yet.

  • Book review: “The Big Tiny: A Built-It-Myself Memoir” by Dee Williams

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, May 9, 2014

    In “The Big Tiny,” Dee Williams walks us through the entire process of building her tiny home from the bottom up, openly letting us in on her fears and mistakes as well as successes and continuing excitement.

  • Book review: 'Ragtime Cowboys' by Loren D. Estleman

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Updated: Sat, Apr 26, 2014

    The latest novel by Estleman teams famed former Pinkerton agents Charles Siringo and Dashiell Hammett in a mystery involving Wyatt Earp, Jack London’s family and the father of the Kennedy political family, Joseph P. Kennedy.

  • Book review: 'Congo: The Epic History of a People' by David Van Reybrouck

    By Glen Seeber, Staff Writer | Updated: Mon, Apr 14, 2014

    ‘Congo’ isn’t a dry recitation of dates and events. It is a lively, from the bottom up, in-depth look at changes in the African country’s status and how those changes affected participants.