2012 AML Conference

CALL FOR PAPER PROPOSALS

Deadline: December 22, 2011

AML Conference Date: April 21, 2012

Utah Valley University, Student Center

Theme:

Going Forth Into All the World: Mormon Literature in an International Church

We welcome submissions on any topic relating to Mormon literature, film, or drama. We are particularly interested in papers (written in or translated into English) on literary accomplishments of Latter-day Saints or those writing about Latter-day Saints outside of the USA.

Please submit a short (2 to 3 paragraph) abstract of your paper proposal to Margaret Young (Margaret_Young@byu.edu). Accepted papers in various panels should take no more than fifteen minutes to read.

We appreciate your continued support of the Association for Mormon Letters.

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One Response to 2012 AML Conference

  1. Burnie M, Hill says:

    His vineyard.
    I have been in 9 wards and have visited over 30 or more. From St.Louis Mo. to California to Salt Lake City to New Zealand. I’m in another park of my Heavenly Fathers vineyard now Alberta Canada. This Gospel is true. I was told one day that I was more Mormon than the Mormons. Since that day I have and will continue to do my best to live up to that comment made to me. Everywere I go the Gospel is taught the same. The people are some of the happiest people I have ever came in contect with. Whether they’re from St. Loius, New Zealand or Alberta Canada. They try their best to treat me as a brother. I have shared this Gospel with thousands of my brothers and sisters over the last 25 years. I will continue to let what has changed my life, become a part of me seeing other lives change. For Heavenly Fathers children are in every vineyard on this schooling ground called earth. This may not be what you wanted, but I have to share my testimony to who ever will read or listen to the spirited that helps me open my mouth.

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