Stacy Woodson writes romantic suspense and crime fiction. She is a U.S. Army veteran and former paratrooper. Memories of her time in the military are often a source of inspiration for her stories.
She made her crime fiction debut with “Duty, Honor, Hammett” in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine’s Department of First Stories and won the 2018 Readers Award. In 2019, she was a shortlisted finalist for the Bill Crider Prize for Short Fiction. This year “River” from The Beat of Black Wings: Crime Fiction Inspired by the Songs of Joni Mitchell won the Derringer Award. Look for her next story, “The Final Fall,” in Mickey Finn: 21st Century Noir Vol 2 in December.
She’s a member of The Authors Guild of America, Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, Sisters in Crime, and the Short Mystery Fiction Society. When she’s not writing, she works as background talent for movies and television. Past projects include Showtime’s Homeland, Amazon’s Jack Ryan, AMC’s The Walking Dead: World Beyond, and Wonder Woman 1984. She is also a member of the Screen Actors Guild.
Stacy is a California native, who now lives in the DC area with her family. She is a self-proclaimed Marvel nerd and CrossFit enthusiast.
She loves to stay connected with fellow writers and readers. Find out more about Stacy at www.stacywoodson.com.