Heather Hein’s uniquely hilarious horror stories could be described as Jack Black channeling both Erma Bombeck and H.P. Lovecraft, while her science fiction ignites our curiosity and tugs at our humanity. Whether she’s writing about arthritic vampires, dapper devils in dire circumstances, or the occasional interspecies romance, Heather’s stories are compelling, insightful, and unforgettable.
Heather writes from the foot of the Rocky Mountains where she lives with a menagerie of people, pets, and plants. She has been published in multiple magazines and anthologies since her first short story, AISLE 16, was published in The Tulip Tree Review. Several of her stories are available on the Kindle Vella platform on Amazon, as well.
When not writing, Heather spends her time delving into true crime, enjoying the outdoors, encouraging fellow writers, and contemplating how everything in our world would make a great horror story.