Skeptic and believer, owner of one weird unruly brain, Nancy Stone writes for humans of all ages. Her shorter work has appeared in lots of small places, while her novels keep looking for homes. Someday they’ll find one just the right size and move in. In the meantime, Nancy dreams up new ones, all the while herding cats, stanning squirrels, and being in awe of her two adult kids.
Facts she’s pretty sure don’t matter: she has a B.A. in English from the University of Connecticut and an M.L.S. from Simmons College, held professional jobs at medical and law schools, and worked three shifts a day as a stay-at-home mom.
Facts she’s pretty sure DO matter: neurodiversity is normal, misogyny isn’t, ageism sucks, Greta Thunberg’s always right, and Florida is even stranger than you think.