Heather Ewings lives and writes on the land of the Pallittorre people of Trowunna. She is a Tasmanian author with a MA in Modern History and a particular interest in Tasmanian colonial times, as well as a fascination with myth and folklore.
Heather’s short stories have been published by Australian publishers ‘Deadset Press’, ‘Black Hare Press’ and ‘Lit Lite One’, as well as internationally by ‘Insignia Stories’ and ‘Asymmetry Fiction’. She works as a ghostwriter, and is also a slush reader for Andromeda Spaceways Magazine, and co-founder of two writing groups- one online and one face-to-face.
Heather is a chocoholic, book-worm, and would-be-hermit, and can occasionally be found on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
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You can play the harp? That’s gorgeous! You should write a short story about a harp player 😀
I can – but I have hardly touched it since the kids were born. I really should practice more often. That’s not a bad idea for a story either 🙂
I love harp music. One of my favourite writing CD’s is by Loreena McKennitt. She plays the harp in most of her songs. The CD has a magical, Celtic quality to it. Love it! Never fails to get the writing brain moving.
Hi Laverne – I love Loreena McKennitt too – she was the reason I wanted to play in the first place! 🙂 Which Album do you have? One of my favourite pieces of hers is La Serenissima, and I actually have the sheet music to play it. Beautiful!! 🙂
Oh my goodness! You have the sheet music! How cool! I’ve ripped the album “The Visit” to my computer and have that along with the rock band, Muse on random – oh – and the soundtrack from the movie, “City of Angels”. Wonderful music that gives a different feel and helps get my muse going! I did have another album of Loreena’s but have lost it ad can’t remember what it was called. All I do know is that I’m still in mourning for it! Will have to go and buy more of hers.
I love The Visit! My favourite though is Book of Secrets – it has Dante’s Prayer, and The Highwayman, which are my other favourites of hers. I also have ‘An Ancient Muse’ which has some good music on it too.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Great to find like-minded people. Good luck with being published.