Lucinda Stein is the author of Three Threads Woven, a 2010 WILLA Finalist, and Maggie’s Way: The Story of a Defiant Pioneer Woman. Her short story, Sulfur Springs, won the 2011 LAURA Award for Short Fiction judged by Pam Houston. Stein is currently working on a collection of short stories.
She is a member of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and Women Writing the West. She enjoys hiking with her dog, Opie, a rescue dog adopted from a local shelter. For more information on the author, see: www.lucindastein.com.