MacDonald Harris was the pseudonym of Donald Heiney (1921-1993). He is remembered by his family and friends as a loving husband and father, a sailor, a traveler, a reader and a keen and relentless observer of human nature. His students and colleagues remember him as a teacher who demanded and got nothing but the best, a student of the world's literature, and a scholar who was erudite in a surprising variety of fields. And finally, his readers worldwide remember him as prolific and inventive writer, who explored the mysteries of the human psyche in a series of quirky, magical, and witty novels and stories.
This page brings together information about Donald Heiney the man and MacDonald Harris the writer.
Last updated May 27, firstname.lastname@example.org.