About the Author

This page was under construction, just like its creator’s career. Now it’s no longer being updated. But here are the cliff notes: Stacey was a psychology graduate student from 2008-2011, and now she’s working toward an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults at the Vermont College of Fine Arts! It’s the best school on the planet. Seriously. (www.vermontcollege.edu)

Click to read more About the Blog. And check out the archives for posts on psychology and creativity, as well as other random topics.

(*As of 1/19/12, this blog is no longer active, but Stacey most certainly is. Hopefully Stacey’s novels will be coming to bookstores near you in the future…:-P)

 

 

 

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Jeff Yeager
    Jun 01, 2010 @ 09:14:06

    Hi Stacey –
    I saw your posts on the Writer’s Digest forum. My name is Jeff Yeager, and I’m a nonficition author and freelance writer. I’m also a contributing editor for Writer’s Digest Magazine. I’m working on a (possible) assignment for WD re: “the sophomore slump” — i.e. the difficulty some authors have in writing their second book. I’d like to interview someone with professional expertise in dealing with psychological issues effecting writers. Might you be interested?
    Thanks – J.Y.

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