Stacia Seaman received her MA from the University of Texas at Austin before moving to Washington DC. It was while she worked for a well-known think tank that she discovered her background in languages and linguistics would serve her well as an editor, and she’s been wielding a red pencil ever since. She’s taken on a range of projects, from academic monographs to cookbooks, from genre fiction to ESL textbooks.
Stacia has edited numerous award-winning titles, and with co-editor Radclyffe has won a Lambda Literary Award for Erotic Interludes 2: Stolen Moments; an Independent Publishers Awards silver medal and a Golden Crown Literary Award for Erotic Interludes 4: Extreme Passions; an Independent Publishers Awards gold medal and a Golden Crown Literary award for Erotic Interludes 5: Road Games; the 2010 Rainbow Award of Excellence in the Short/Novella category for Romantic Interludes 2: Secrets, and a Golden Crown Literary Award for Women of the Dark Streets. Their most recent anthology is Amor and More: Love Everafter. She has short stories in several anthologies and also has essays in Visible: A Femmethology (Homofactus Press, 2009) and Second Person Queer (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2009).