Heather Grace Stewart is a Canadian author, speaker, poet and photojournalist.
Her photographs have been published in numerous magazines including Equinox and National Geographic Traveler, and grace the cover of over a dozen internationally-sold poetry books.
She is the author of ten books. Her most recent releases are her romantic-comedy-fantasy novel, Strangely, Incredibly Good, and her poetry collections ‘Three Spaces’ ‘Carry On Dancing’ ‘Leap’ and ‘Where the Butterflies Go’. She is also the author of two nonfiction books for youth—‘Kim Campbell: the keener who broke down barriers’) and ‘Sir Wilfried Laurier: The weakling who stood his ground,’ and a book of illustrated poems for children, The Groovy Granny.
She mostly shoots with a Canon EOS Rebel T2i, and sometimes with her film Canon EOS Rebel.
In her free time she enjoys inline skating, cardioboxing, yoga, cartooning…and watching butterflies and other small miracles.