Leanbh Pearson lives in Canberra, Australia. A dark fiction author inspired by mythology, folklore, archaeology, history, and the environment, her short fiction features in anthologies from international publishers. Partially fictional, she is a keen nature and wildlife photographer, bookshop, and Museum devotee, who enjoys exploring the Australian wilderness with her dogs (the canine assistants). Leanbh’s alter-ego is an academic in archaeology and prehistory.

Follow the Author:

FEATURED IN

MORE POSTS FROM THE AUTHOR

The Näcken’s Music

by Leanbh Pearson   The musician sat beside the hearth, clothing threadbare and hair unkempt. “Don’t ask me to play. I cannot resist.” Men laughed, eyeing the wretch. “You something special then?” He lifted the battered fiddle. “A Näcken was drowning children in a brook. If I answered his three questions, he’d gift this instrument […]

Leanbh Pearson

Leanbh Pearson lives in Canberra, Australia. A dark fiction author inspired by mythology, folklore, archaeology, history, and the environment, her short fiction features in anthologies from international publishers.