Academic writing: Sheena’s research project and paper on cyberbullying (online harassment) received a grade of 92% (High Distinction). It is being pitched to journals.
Singing: Lately, Sheena has been recovering and preparing an archive of back-issues of the VLS – Vocal Lifestyle exclusive newsletter for singers.
Click the links below to see some editions from 1999 (via Publitas.com)
VLS Issue 1 – 1999
VLS Issue 2 – 1999
VLS Issue 4 – 1999
VLS Issue 5 – 1999
Please note the left menu in Publitas – you can download a copy for yourself 🙂
MORE coming soon…
If you are interested in vocal tuition in rock, pop and contemporary singing, then keep an eye on the Vocal Tuition page.
Sheena singing with The Australian Meatloaf Tribute Show (30 June 1995) on tour. Gladstone Entertainment Centre (Source: Ralph Hill Productions – FOH desk cam footage by Paul Harris).
Recently, Sheena has been catching up with some former band members and friends to play and enjoy music.
ABOUT SHEENA’S MUSIC CAREER
Academic writing news
Sheena has submitted two academic articles to CQUniversity‘s Student Psychology Society (SPS).
Her articles are currently undergoing peer review and approval by the head of Psychology at CQUniversity, Australia.
If accepted, they will be published in the upcoming editions of the newsletter.
The articles focus upon an emerging global trend towards interdisciplinary study and research, with a spotlight on psychology and sociology.
New age nonfiction writing news
Click on the link for new age nonfiction news: New age nonfiction writing news
As per editor’s request:
Link to FULL REFERENCE LIST for Winter 2016
Real-life objects of power & mystery – The case of: The mystique & authority of the Staff
Other writing news
Sheena also writes poetry, fiction, web (or sales) copy and song lyrics.
Sheena has been a published writer since 1998.
Here is a true story of a child with dreams and a sprinkling of savvy…
I dreamed of being an artist.
After all, my mother was an exhibiting artist and I had already won prizes.
Surely, this could be my future?
One holidays, I worked diligently creating a series of pictures with oil pastels. Not your average childlike scribblings, these were unique.
You see, I had discovered how to ‘etch’ pictures so that they popped out in rainbow colours from a black oil-pastel-canvas. I created about 15 of these masterpieces and stuck them up on the wall with blue-tak.
An enterprising and creative child, I arranged an art exhibition, using my shared bedroom (my sister was unimpressed) and charged for entry.
From memory, I asked my Mum to invite some people to come to my exhibition!
Although I cannot recall the exact entry charge, I do know that back then you could buy a bag of lollies for 20 cents! I was rich!!
Did I have some inner-navigation that years later, I would exhibit and sell my art?