Companions to the Moon

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Short story Companions to the Moon first appeared in Realms Of Fantasy, June 2007.

Set in Newford in 2007, record shop owner Mary begins to suspect her common-law partner is cheating on her. Edric is a musician whose out-of-town concerts happen to coincide with every full moon. More

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Published: April 25, 2012
Words: 8,040
Language: English
ISBN: 9780920623145
About Charles de Lint

Charles de Lint is the much beloved author of more than seventy adult, young adult, and children's books. Renowned as one of the trailblazers of the modern fantasy genre, he is the recipient of the World Fantasy, White Pine, Crawford, and Aurora awards. The first book of the Wildlings trilogy, Under My Skin, won the 2013 Aurora Award for Young Adult Fiction. De Lint is a poet, songwriter, performer, and folklorist, and he writes a monthly book-review column for the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.

De Lint and his wife, MaryAnn Harris, a fellow artist and musician, recently released companion CDs of their original songs, samples of which can be heard on de Lint’s website. They live in Ottawa, and their respective websites are www.charlesdelint.com and www.reclectica.com.

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Review by: Sherrie Hutchins on June 10, 2013 : (no rating)
Companions to the Moon is a story; at its core, of mustering up the courage to get to the truth and living with the outcome. You could see how very easy it would be to just let things be and ignore 'the elephant in the room'. We have all had relationships like this. She chose to know the truth,no matter what. Companions to the Moon is as always a very real, tale in the guise of fantasy. I not only enjoyed, I learned.
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Review by: Alex Draven on Dec. 31, 2012 : star star star star star
A lovely clash of real-world questions and fantasy answers - my heart went out to Mary!
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