Tag Archives: communities of Mormon literature

The LDS Writing Mafia

By Julie Wright Dave Wolverton (Farland to those who know him by that name) sent out a “daily kick” yesterday that talks about Mormons and the writing community. It was a fun look at the LDS writing community and what … Continue reading

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Storytelling & Community: Mormon Literary Bazaar

This post is partly about Dawning of a Brighter Day, this very blog sponsored by the Association for Mormon Letters, including recent initiatives we’ve started and hopes for where this might go. It’s also about my thoughts regarding the Mormon … Continue reading

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Announcement: The Dawning of a Brighter Day

In 1982, Eugene England surveyed the history and current landscape of Mormon literary production in a seminal article published in BYU Studies entitled “The Dawning of a Brighter Day: Mormon Literature after 150 Years.” There England celebrated the flowering of … Continue reading

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