As a former school librarian, Lucinda Stein enjoyed sharing books with students. Since childhood, she’s always loved reading.
Her historical novel, Dry Run, Oklahoma, was a 2018 Oklahoma Book Award finalist. Sanctuary: Family, Friends, & Strangers, a collection of stories, was a 2015 Colorado Book Award finalist. Three Threads Woven, was a 2010 WILLA finalist.
Her short story, “Sulfur Springs,” won the 2011 LAURA Short Fiction Award judged by Pam Houston. Her stories have appeared in Pooled Ink, The South Dakota Review, Fine Lines, and Women Writing the West online.
She likes good coffee, great books, camping, and anything vintage.