A new novel - Warpaint by Stephanie A. Smith

Originally published in the Independent Florida Alligator Posted: Wednesday, September 4, 2013 1:03 am Taylor Gaines, Alligator Contributing Writer A small human skull adorns the desk of associate chair of the Department of English Stephanie A. Smith. Colorful beakers are scattered throughout the room. Smith said the space reflects her love of “Sherlock Holmes,”, Read More

Stephanie A. Smith book talk at Smathers LIbrary

Stephanie A. Smith’s book talk at the UF Smathers Library on her novel Warpaint, available on Amazon and Thames River Press View on YouTube   Warpaint “Enjoyable read” “Must read this novel about ‘a vibrato of three visions, fusing… into one’” “A multilayered and enigmatic work” [more…]    

Posted on July 25, 2013 by bschillace Originally published at The Fiction Reboot Welcome back to the Fiction Reboot! As promised, I am happy to be hosting Stephanie A. Smith, today, here to talk about her sequel to Warpaint. “Baby Rocket” is the name of a child who, in 1966, was abandoned by her, Read More

The Martha’s Vineyards Times By Gwyn McAllister June 19, 2013 In her latest trilogy of books, author Stephanie Ann Smith has found inspiration in the Vineyard’s beauty and solitude, as well as its history. Ms. Smith, a professor of literature at the University of Florida, has been spending time on the Vineyard for many, Read More

Read the newest novels by Stephanie A. Smith Warpaint Warpaint is a haunting tale of friendship and rivalry between three women artists, who’ve known each other for years, who must come to terms with imminent mortality and artistic frustration: Liz Moore, born poor in Minnesota, fought her way to New York in the 1920s,, Read More

The Vineyard Gazzette By Holly NadlerThursday May 9, 2013 – 2:21pm They come from all over the country, staying for one or two weeks or up to a full month. They explore Edgartown from their home base at the former Point Way Inn. Some of them work in their rooms, others find a nesting, Read More

Household Words Household Words – a novel by Stephanie A. Smith Genre: literary criticism Conceived By Liberty Conceived By Liberty – a novel by Stephanie A. Smith Genre: literary criticism

Other Nature Genre: adult science fiction James Tiptree Jr. Award Nominee 1995 The James Tiptree Jr. Award is “an annual literary prize for science fiction or fantasy that expands or explores our understanding of gender.”

Snow Eyes Genre: young adult fantasy The Boy Who Was Thrown Away Genre: young adult fantasy