(b. 1940) Christian S. Tait was born and brought up in Lerwick, where she now lives. After teaching music (Primary and Secondary) for twenty years, she was a primary teacher until her retirement in 1995. Christian writes in both English and dialect. Her first poetry collection, Spindrift, was published in 1989. Stones in the Millpond (2001) is part history and part a collection of poems inspired by and based on the experiences of members of her own family in the First World War. Her work appears in the New Shetlander and other local and national publications.
Christian's novel And Darkness Fell, set in and immediately after the First World War, was published by Shetland Library in 2018.
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Other Work By Christian Tait On This Website
- Hair (Ditty Box)
Oral Tradition Work By Christian Tait On This Website
- Da Wiggly Wirm Sang (Song)