Heather Ewings lives and writes on the land of the Pallittorre people of Northern Tasmania. 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 in many different places around the web, including Lite Lit One, Asymmetry Fiction, and narratorInternational, and have been included in the anthologies: ‘Stories of Hope’, and ‘Japanese Fantasy Drabbles’.
Heather is a chocoholic, book-worm, and would-be-hermit, who writes in-between homeschooling her three children, making beeswax candles, gardening, and attempting to keep the house is some vague semblance of order (and failing, because lets face it, that’s precious writing time, right there).
Heather can be found on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeatherEwingsAuthor and Twitter @heather_ewings1. If you’d like to be kept up to date on Heather’s news you can sign up for a very irregular newsletter here!
If you’d like to support Heather in her attempts to bring her writing to the world, head over to https://www.patreon.com/HeatherEwings , where you can read some of her previously published works (many of which are no longer available online), and get the odd behind-the-scenes snippet, including early drafts of stories and the odd excited post as another piece of writerly-synchronicity falls into place. 😉