tammy lynne stoner

Screenwriter, Producer

Award winning author and screenwriter, tammy creates gritty, redeeming, queer-centric stories. Her novel, SUGAR LAND, won an IPPY, was shortlisted for the Crook's Corner Prize, a finalist for a Forewords Indie Award, an Amazon #1 category Bestseller, starred by Kirkus Reviews, and called "writing at its finest" by the New York Journal of Books.

tammy is the publisher of Gertrude journal, a 2017 Sou-Wester Artist-in-Residence, a 2019, VCAA fellow, and has been published two dozen journals and magazines.

The pilot for the SUGAR LAND series has been a Finalist in the NY, Atlanta, Portland, Reno-Tahoe, and Seattle 2022 Intl Film Festivals, plus Honorable Mention at Santa Barbara 2022 and a Second Rounder in the Austin Film Festival, alongside a dozen other festival placements. tammy was a Nicholl Fellowship Finalist and has had several shorts go to festival/web series. She wrote "Dottie's Magic Pockets", the first kids show for children in queer families and their friends, which played at a 15 international film festivals, including Melbourne, Toronto, Paris, SF's Frameline, and LA's OUTfest. It was twice a Cool Moms Pick and was performed on two R Family (Rosie O'Donnell) cruises, among other nice bits.

After 3 years in Switzerland eating fondue next door to a dairy farm, tammy now lives in Oregon with a too many kids, her ladyfriend, and their four animals. She is most often found in the bathtub.