On a Clear Night: Essays from the Heartland is a collection of essays by best-selling North Woods memoirist Marnie Mamminga, Her writings cover the extraordinarily ordinary rhythms of the Midwest. You will enjoy reading about the anxiety of taking a teenager out for driving lessons, the nostalgic pleasure of watching the Cubs at Wrigley Field, the heartache of moving an aging parent into a nursing home and the quiet bliss of sitting on a cabin porch, listening for loons and wolves under the Northwoods' starry sky.
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Author: Marnie Mamminga
Softcover - 5.5 in. x 8.5 in.
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Marnie O. Mamminga has been a teacher, freelance writer and columnist. Born and raised in the Chicago area, she has been married to her high school sweetheart for more than forty years. She has vacationed every summer on Big Spider Lake near Hayward, Wisconsin, and now enjoys sharing the Northwoods with her grandchildren. Her publishing credits include the Chicago Tribune, Reader's Digest, the Christian Science Monitor, Lake Superior Magazine, and several Chicken Soup for the Soul books.