Heather Parry is a writer, editor, event chair, podcast host, ghostwriter and co-publisher of Extra Teeth, a design-focused print magazine showcasing the best new writing from Scotland and beyond. Her short stories and non-fiction have appeared internationally in numerous magazines and books, as part of art exhibitions and, once, as a gigantic book for festival-goers to shelter under. Her fiction explores self-deception, transformation, the grotesque and the body, and her non-fiction work is primarily concerned with power and politics. Originally from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, she now lives and works in Glasgow. Heather won the 2016 Bridge Award for an Emerging Writer, and the Laxfield Literary Launch Prize for her unpublished manuscript, Orpheus Builds a Girl. She is a 2021 Hawthornden Fellow.
Heather’s debut novel will be published by Gallic Books in Autumn 2022.