Published by Sistarazzi. Copyright 2014. It Could Be Forever. All rights reserved.
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‘The day I stop seeking out the magic dust in life is the day I stop living’, is author Léa Rebane’s motto. Léa has worked in a constellation of roles and projects throughout her life, ranging from manager of a school for aspiring young performers to facilitator of community health groups. Creating diversity, and a little adrenalin, keeps Léa inspired and optimistic. For her, these are the shields for dodging the downpours that life tends to squirt us with from time to time.
Léa has previously been published in various Adelaide newspapers, as part of an anthology of birthing stories in Inside, Outside, Upside Down and as a commissioned writer. In 2003, Léa received an Outstanding Achievement in Writing for Publication through Para West Adult Campus and has studied through Adelaide TAFE’s Professional Writing Unit.
Léa lives in South Australia’s lush wine region – the Barossa Valley, with an assortment of dogs, peacocks and alpacas. She currently works in Aboriginal Health and as a restaurant reviewer on breakfast radio. Often she is found leaping onto the boards in amateur theatre, which she says keeps her almost sane.