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Stephanie C. Fox



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Stephanie C. Fox, J.D.

Stephanie C. Fox, J.D. is a graduate of William Smith College, where she majored in history and minored in women’s studies, and of the University of Connecticut School of Law, where she served as a Lead Articles Editor of the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal. After completing her degree, she taught law and computer software courses at a community college in Connecticut and founded QueenBeeEdit, a service that offers writing, editing, tutoring, and book creation.

Her background is in history, women’s studies, law, the Middle East, and French. Ms. Fox has worked as a historic interpreter at The Mark Twain House in Hartford, Connecticut.

Ms. Fox has been to Kuwait, and subsequently became the author of a children’s book, Scheherazade Cat: The Story of a War Hero, and a travelogue entitled An American Woman in Kuwait.

She is the author a dystopian science fiction series about the pressure that human overpopulation puts on the environment, which consists of three novels. The titles of the series are: Nae-Née – Birth Control, Infallible, with Nanites and Convenience for All, Vaccine: The Cull – Nae-Née Wasn’t Enough, and New World Order Underwater: The Nae-Née Inventors Strike Back.

She published a dark, metaphoric, fairy-tale retelling of the 2008 financial meltdown called The Book of Thieves, and subsequently released The Bear Guarding the Beehive, about honey bee colony collapse disorder, also in that style.

She has a story about a teenage girl with Asperger’s, Elephant’s Kitchen – An Aspergirl’s Study in Difference, another about a man with Asperger’s who had a friendship with a chef, unaware that he was also a serial killer, titled Almost a Meal – A True Tale of Horror, and a memoir, The Slamming Door: Bone Cancer, Asperger’s, and Loss.

Ms. Fox has written another travelogue, entitled Hawai‘i – Stolen Paradise: A Travelogue, detailing the history of Hawai‘i, and describing visits via San Francisco to O‘ahu and the Big Island of Hawai‘i, and later published the historical segments in Hawai‘i – Stolen Paradise: A Brief History.

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