Author Stephanie A. Smith reads from her Warpaint Trilogy with a selection from Baby Rocket. The Warpaint Trilogy is three intertwined novels written as stories that are connected in a style of historical literature or historical fiction. She reads from the section called “Shuttle” which centers on the main character Clementine Dance, who was, Read More
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Stephanie A. Smith’s trip to London for the Thames River Press Launch event at The Masons Arms, London October 2013. Stephanie A. Smith, London Trip – Part 1 | View on YouTube The day before presenting a reading of her novel Baby Rocket at the publisher’s launch at The Masons Arms, she comments on, Read More
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Author Stephanie A. Smith, a novelist, short-story writer and essayist, teaches literature and women’s studies at the University of Florida. Her work, both critical and fictional, investigates politics, science, literature, race and gender. Download the poster for the reading Aug 17 in NJ with Stephanie A. Smith in JPG