Stuntz is actively involved in research and publication. She is author of Hers, His, and Theirs: Community Property Law in Spain and Early Texas, (2005), which won the La Presido Bahia and TOMFRA awards. She also authored a chapter on Minta Holmsley in Texas Women on the Cattle Trails, (2006), winner of the Liz Carpenter award, and her articles include "Women of the Texas Revolution" in the Social Studies Texan, (2007) and "Prairies to Progress: Women on the Texas Panhandle Frontier" also in the Social Studies Texan, (2009). She also has articles in the West Texas Historical Association Year Book. Her most recent publications are chapters in Women's Experiences on the North American Plains and Women of the Texas Revolution. Both of these anthologies came out in 2012-2013 and have won awards. She is currently working on a book about women pioneers of the Panhandle and would love to hear your stories. Her latest book is The Alamo and Zombies, a piece of creative non-fiction.
She is a native Texan. Born and raised in Orange, Texas, she received her B.A. and J.D. from Baylor University and Baylor Law School in Waco. She earned her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of North Texas in Denton. She enjoys making jewelry and listening to big band music. She also likes to knit.