Heather L. Dickson

Heather L. Dickson is a photoshop guru, zoologist and author of 6 novels.

Visit her website at www.hleightondickson.com


Recent Articles

A home for the holidays...and every day

Local author Donna White felt “rescued” when she adopted her 2 dogs, Nip and Tuck, so in November 2020, she began volunteering for Paws for Love Dog Rescue.

Cold hands, warm hut

Short days, cold nights. The wide snowy surface of a frozen lake, the sky like a vast ocean of blue overhead.

A chat with author Marianne Jones

It’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words, but what if some of those words are set in stone?

On the Wright track

These last two years have been difficult ones for school children because of the pandemic.

The great reopening

First, it was patios. Then, it was limited capacity, with masks and socially-distanced tables.

An interview with Edie Inksetter

“I was ten the first time I saw a movie that really moved me,” says actress Edie Inksetter.

Global storytelling Jamaican style

Storytelling has been in Annette Pateman’s family for generations. In fact, you could say it’s in her blood.

A prince and two queens

It’s been quite a year for the Royal Family of Great Britain, with already more than the usual pomp, ceremony and requisite scandal.

Hang Airing out the Laundry, One Clip at a Time

There’s no denying it – there’s something special about the smell of laundry fresh from the line.

Superior Sailmakers harness the wind

Hull, masts, rigging, keel. The creak of the timbers, the smell of the sea. And the sails – those glorious sails – catching the wind and snapping in the breeze.

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