Author Archives: Annette Lyon

The Writer’s Desk: More on Messages and Agendas

I’m admitting upfront that I’m stealing this topic from J. Scott Bronson. His last post was titled, “There’s Always a Message,” and it struck a chord with me. Back in my early teenage years, my older sister, then an English … Continue reading

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The Populist’s Soapbox: Not Milton or Shakespeare, But Working on It

I’ll be the first to admit that the body of literature written by Latter-day Saints hasn’t yet reached the classic prophecy of Orson F. Whitney that we’d have “Miltons and Shakespeares of our own.” On the other hand, we’ve come … Continue reading

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