Here Comes the Moon
A Country Collection
This is a collection of clear-eyed, often humorous and always affectionate essays about the rural community where the author lives: the local wildlife, people who make a difference and daily life in general.
“… a charming mix of stories” —US Review of Books “Margaret Blair’s powers of description are impressive. This is a book of great charm.” —Bettyjane Wylie CM, award winning author “Here Comes the Moon is informative, charming and at times very funny.” —Jennifer Glossop, editor and author “It is a delight! Both the prose pieces and the poems are so accessible and quietly wise. I like too the quirky illustrations.” —Lesley Duncan, The Herald, UK
Margaret Blair MA, MBA, has enjoyed three careers: as a teacher, social and financial marketing researcher, mother of three and grandmother of three. She is the author of two books on Shanghai of the 1930s and 1940s: one a memoir (Gudao, Lone Islet, The War Years in Shanghai) and one a historical novel (Shanghai Scarlet). Margaret is also the author of Toronto’s Last Rainbow set in 1969 to 1970 Toronto. She lives with her husband, a professor emeritus of the University of Toronto, beside a stream, among Mennonite farms in southwest Ontario, Canada. For more: www.margaretblair.com
- Margaret Blair