|Occupation||short story writer, novelist, Fiction Writer|
|Notable works||"Electric Wizard," "Mudlavia," The First Paper Girl in Red Oak, Iowa, "Revenge of the Radioactive Lady"|
|Children||Phoebe Stuckey-French, Flannery Stuckey-French|
Stuckey-French was born on September 2, 1958, in Little Rock. She grew up in the town of Lafayette, IN.
She lives now in Tallahassee, FL with her husband Ned Stuckey-French and her two daughters, Phoebe and Flannery.
- "Junior," The Atlantic, April 1996
- "Electric Wizard," The Atlantic, June 1998
- "Mudlavia," The Atlantic, September 2003
- The First Paper Girl in Red Oak, Iowa. Doubleday. 2000. ISBN 978-0-385-49893-7.
- Tenderloin and other stories. 1992.
- Mermaids on the Moon. Doubleday. 2002. ISBN 978-0-7862-4857-5.
- Mudlavia, Doubleday
- The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady, Doubleday, 2011
- Where Wicked Starts, 2014
- Michael Wilkerson; Deborah Galyan, eds. (1990). "Blessing". New territory: contemporary Indiana fiction. Indiana University Press. ISBN 978-0-253-20595-7.
Richard Russo in his commentary about the selections in the 2005 O. Henry anthology, called Stuckey-French's "Mudlavia", "the one that burrowed deepest under my skin". He praised the "simplicity of its storytelling; the way its private and public stories play off each other; its fond, gentle humor; the heartbreaking, hard-won wisdom of its narrator."