narration  --  proofreading  --  VOICEOVER

In May 2023, doctors found and removed a tumor in my brain.  After biopsy, I was diagnosed with a brain cancer called glioblastoma.  In addition to thorough medical care, I’ve received wonderful support from friends and family.  I am very grateful that my because of my SAG-AFTRA membership, I have terrific health care coverage.

I am fortunate that my condition allows me to continue creating art as an audiobook narrator, work I truly enjoy doing.   I am active and can walk my dogs, enjoy my homestead, and most of the time I can continue to play tennis! I live how I want to, vibrating at a level that sometimes (often) feels supernatural or superhuman.  Also, a few brightly colored wigs notwithstanding, I will not ever be going back to having hair—too much work!

I am open to narrating books written about cancer as someone who is living with it (not dying from it!).

“The most incredible thing about miracles is that they happen.”
“A dead thing can go with the stream, but only a living thing can go against it.”
—GK Chesterton

Stacey is an experienced copy editor, proofreader, and former English teacher.  She is adept at understanding complex texts and subtleties of plot and character. 

Her underground home studio is a 6x6 WhisperRoom sound-resistant booth, and she records in TwistedWave using an AT4047, PreSonus Audiobox iOne, Byerdynamic DT 770 Pro headphones, and a MacBook Air.