Tinney S. Heath
Tinney Heath's first literary love is historical fiction, but fantasy is not far behind. Her historical interests can best be described as Dantecentric (if Dante lived it, wrote about it, or consigned it to the Inferno, it's fair game), but fantasy can take her anywhere.
She and her husband live in Madison, Wisconsin, where they play a lot of medieval and early Renaissance music on (in ascending decibel levels) recorders, crumhorns, portative organ, and shawms. She loves to travel to Italy for research (not to mention art, music, and pasta). She has a degree in journalism, and finds that while "who, what, when, where, why, and how" are still vital questions for her, "what if" has muscled its way in and taken its rightful place in the pantheon.
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Children of the Dance
Fantasy short story. Sometimes, when a scullery maid decides she wants to go to the ball, it's not about the prince--it's about the dancing. A Cinderella retelling with a twist.
The Patience of Griselda
Fantasy short story. A medieval woman's duty is to be obedient, long-suffering, and patient. But sometimes, she's patient because she's waiting for something.
Love It Enough
Humorous contemporary fantasy short story. It's hard enough to find a literary agent and get a publishing contract these days. But does supernatural help make it easier--or harder?
Humorous contemporary fantasy short story. Travel can be arduous and exhausting enough. But it becomes much, much worse when your luggage tries to take over your trip. When that happens, your dream trip to England can become a nightmare . . . of Shopping.
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