Meet Mo

Mo Duffy Cobb is a Sagittarius and a ferocious writer. She is a teacher and etherealist, although she’s not sure if that’s officially a word. She thinks it should be.

Mo keeps up the imaginative side of daily life with her three young children, practicing mediative mothering and waking often in the middle of the night to scribble down her magical musings. Ten year old Leila continues to inspire and amuse her.  In 2012, Mo gave birth to a baby boy, Ari, and is happy to announce that having a son has been one of the greatest joys of her life to date. In January, 2016, her daughter Veda joined the ranks.

She plans to write love letters to the great red woods of Vancouver island, to her dozens of favourite authors, and to her darling husband, thanking him for living with her and loving it through her mazes of journals, words, and broken crayons.

When she’s not writing, she is the Founder and Editor of Cargo Literary, an online magazine which is devoted to publishing transformational travel experiences. In 2015, Mo received her Masters in Fine Arts, at Vermont College of the Art’s prestigious Creative Non Fiction program.

Mo has one full length manuscript, White Butterfly: A Memoir of Motherhood and Loss ready and is now working on her second book, Unpacked. She currently wonders occasionally about joining the ranks of published authors. She hopes there will be tea and crumpets when she arrives, but she isn’t holding her breath. Read more in About the Memoir.

She lives in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, in Canada’s smallest, most beautiful province. She loves homemade pumpkin soap and acoustic guitars, frequents the Farmer’s Market, and waits all year for our island’s short, but glorious, strawberry season.

To reach Mo, please feel free to email, or follow me on Twitter.

14 responses to “Meet Mo

  1. Lisa Langdale

    I think you are wonderful.

  2. Nice to meet a fellow blogger and maritimer!

  3. Melanie Cousins

    Mo, magical musical lady of the stars and sunshine. Happy blogging.

  4. You have a gift of spreading warm and fuzzy goosebumps with your words.

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  6. love you. it’s inspiring Mo

  7. Hi Maureen,

    My daughter, Megan, was a student and big fan of yours at Queen Charlotte. I am working on a new social media/webs series project that might be of interest to you. Please contact me by email and I will send you details. I would love to discuss it with you further.

    Mark Sandiford

  8. je suis trop fière de toi et de ce que tu deviens….
    j’adorerais lire tes livres mais en français ça serait mieux ! 😉
    dommage que nous soyons si loin et que la langue ne soit la même , mais je pense qu’on pourrais discuter des heures de la vie toutes les deux!! c’est marrant de voir que même enfant, les choix d’amitié ne sont pas innocents, sans le savoir, nous avions les même choses dans la tête, sauf qu’à 10 ans , on ne parle pas encore de ça!!
    longue vie à toi


  9. This is a lovely blog! Look forward to reading more of your posts. 🙂 Wishing you good vibes on yout book project.

  10. Wonderful and engaging blog! I hope that we do get the opportunity to meet while in Beijing. Many thanks again to LE!


  11. I love your stories and sweet words! Your posts always make me sad and happy at the same time. I hope you have a wonderful inspiring restful exciting trip and I can’t wait to see you soon. love b

  12. Thanks Becky! Can’t wait to catch up when you up to the island from good ole Tennessee – we’ll have to celebrate lobster and mussel style. Take care and thanks for your sweet comment.

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