Stephanie Mesler writes poetry, fiction, drama, memoir and columns on the art of writing. Her stories and poems can be found all over the net and in journals from Skysong to Columbus Monthly. Her books, Soul Hill Lullabies (poetry), Ermengarde The Expansive (short fiction), Adventures and Confessions of a Fat Lady Who Sings (memoir), and Love Lines (poetry) are available from booksellers around the world. Ms. Mesler frequently performs her work in venues near her home in Florida and online in Second Life. On this website, you can find podcasts of some of her work by clicking on Words above, dropping down to Spoken Word Events, and choosing Stephanie Mesler Mostly Live from that menu.
Stephanie Mesler lives on an actual tropical island with the loves of her a life, her partner (an honest to Goodness rocket scientist) and her daughter, the beautiful and talented author, Su Mesler-Evans. Mesler is a nondriver by choice and an activist for size acceptance. She is also a mostly unchurched Unitarian Universalist.