Author Archives: Guest

In Memoriam: Lu Ann Brobst Staheli

Author, editor, and educator Lu Ann Brobst Staheli, of Spanish Fork, Utah, passed away on February 9, 2015 after an eight-month battle with cancer. She is survived by her husband Mike Staheli and their five sons. Services will be held … Continue reading

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LDS Fiction: Changing Paradigms, by Pam Williams

Today we feature a guest post by author Pam Williams. Her first novel, Living It Down, was published by Walnut Springs Press in May 2014. Her second, What Took You So Long, is being published by Walnut Springs Press this month. This … Continue reading

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ReReading Job: Book review by Eric Samuelsen

Below is a review of ReReading Job, a book by Mormon critic Michael Austin, reposted by permission from Eric Samuelsen’s blog. Michael Austin’s Re-Reading Job: Understanding the Ancient World’s Greatest Poem is a terrific book; smart, thoughtful, funny. I honestly … Continue reading

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Positioning AML: Guest Post by William Morris

(Administrator note: This guest post by William has been in the queue for a while, so I’m taking the opportunity to post it now. I hope we can use it to continue/restart the flourishing conversation about the future of AML … Continue reading

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Players, by Thomas F. Rogers

Thomas F. Rogers, Nov. 2013 Editor’s Note: A former director of the BYU Honors Program, Thomas F. Rogers is professor emeritus of Russian language and literature at Brigham Young University and the author of more than a score of plays, … Continue reading

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Mormon Theatre: Nauvoo, Salt Lake, and Ward Houses Everywhere, by Callie Oppedisano

[Editor’s note: We are honored to welcome theatre scholar Callie Oppedisano, who is beginning a series of posts on Mormon theatre. For more about Callie, see her bio below, and her reviews at the Utah Theater Bloggers Association, such as … Continue reading

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