New Issue of Irreantum!

Dear AML Enthusiasts,

Below is the table of contents for the next issue of Irreantum, which is going to press soon. Now is the time to get your subscription for the first time, or get renewed. Thank you for your support of Mormon letters!

Jack Harrell, Co-editor

Irreantum, vol. 14, no. 1, (2012)

Fiction

William Morris “Conference”

Courtney Miller Santo “The End of Happy Endings”

Larry Menlove “The Sinkhole”

Poetry

Javen Tanner “Sweetwater,” “Genesis,” “In the River”

Elizabeth Cranford Garcia “Honeymoon at Thirty-Something,” “Fling,” “Eve in the Garden”

Lisa Madsen Rubilar “Coals,” “Just Telling it Like it Is,” “A Day in the Life of Jesus”

A New Harvest: Interview with Tyler Chadwick

Essay

Shelah Mastny Miner “The Marriage Bed”

Melissa Dalton-Bradford “Bridge to Elysium”

Criticism

Scott Hales “A Broader Geography of Mormonness: Making Space and Extending Boundaries in Todd Robert Petersen’s Rift

Megan Sessions “The Divine Individual: A Belief Shared by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Walt Whitman”

Bradford Tuckfield “Borges in the Wilderness: Turning a Critical Eye to an Author Hitherto Neglected in Mormon Studies”

Review

Jonathan Langford “Destiny, Demons, and Freewill in Dan Wells’s John Wayne Cleaver Books (I Am Not a Serial Killer, Mr. Monster, and I Don’t Want to Kill You)”

Theric Jepson “Connecting the Generations through Disco: David Clark’s The Death of a Disco Dancer”

Lisa Torcasso Downing “A Dominant Collection: Eric Freeze’s Dominant Traits”

Photography by Darren Clark

 
Irreantum subscription page:

http://irreantum.mormonletters.org/Subscribe.aspx

 

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4 Responses to New Issue of Irreantum!

  1. Scott Hales says:

    I’m biased, but this issue sounds pretty much awesome.

  2. If you’re not sure whether you will receive this issue or you need to renew, you can email me at aml at mormonletters dot org and I will check our records.

    Please do it soon, though. The issue is going to the printers.

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