My short story was just chosen to be part of an art show. “Migh’T’y” is going to be part of this art installation/show/online show at http://artlitlab.org/events/future-perfect




Review – Warpaint by Stephanie A. Smith   Author Interview with Stephanie A. Smith




My novel-in-progress Strange Grace was short listed for the Faulkner Award see: 2016 Winners & Finalists




I just wanted to wish you all a good holiday season and be sure to invite you to my Rothman talk next February!







Stephanie A. Smith, author of the Warpaint Trilogy, is just heading off to a writer’s event during her recent residency at the Noepe Center.




I was at the Harn’s opening last night for their Monet and American Expressionism exhibit, as I have a short story, “Winter Studio, 1901” in the catalogue, on sale at Amazon. Published in conjunction with an exhibition over a decade in the making, this exciting volume examines the influence of Claude Monet (1840–1926) on, Read More




Baby Rocket “Baby Rocket” Historical Fiction Set During the Space Race: Baby Rocket by Stephanie Smith – a Book Review My Thoughts: The main character, Clementine (Lem) Miracle Dance, has a name that signifies mercy, hope and art but her childhood was far from beautiful. An “accident” she cannot recall leaves her motherless and, Read More




Baby Rocket Reviewed By Kathryn Bennett for Readers’ Favorite This is one of three reviewers that awarded 5 stars from Readers’ Favorite. Read the reviews by Bil Howard and Jeffrey Brooke-Stewart. Baby Rocket by Stephanie A. Smith introduces us to a child who was abandoned in 1966 at Cape Canaveral. She was traumatized and, Read More




Baby Rocket Reviewed By Jeffrey Brooke-Stewart for Readers’ Favorite This is one of three reviewers that awarded 5 stars from Readers’ Favorite. Read the reviews by Bil Howard and Kathryn Bennett. In the novel Baby Rocket, author Stephanie Smith takes an unusual and rewarding approach to telling the story. While taking care of matters, Read More




Baby Rocket Reviewed By Bil Howard for Readers’ Favorite This is one of three reviewers that awarded 5 stars from Readers’ Favorite. Read the reviews by Jeffrey Brooke-Stewart and Kathryn Bennett. Our roots aren’t always what we assume them to be. Such was the case with Clementine “Lem” Dance, who believed that James Walter, Read More