Author Archives: Kathleen Dalton-Woodbury
I recently finished reading THE SCHOLAR OF MOAB, by Steven L. Peck, which received the AML Novel Award for last year, and I want to say, first of all, that the writing in this book is wonderful. The characters are … Continue reading
The Association for Mormon Letters and Irreantum magazine are pleased to announce the winners of our 2011 literary contests. The response this year was robust: we received 73 fiction entries, 47 creative nonfiction entries, and 91 poetry collection entries. Entries … Continue reading
Sorry for the problem with the AML blog. The links should all work fine now. Please go back to your discussions, especially on Lisa’s post and on Harlow’s post. And thanks for your patience.
The 2011 Spring/Summer issue of Irreantum is being prepared to go to the printer, so if you want to start a subscription, or need to renew your subscription, please do so now. Here are the contents of the new issue:
The deadline for Irreantum’s 2011 Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, and Poetry contests is coming up. If you don’t have something ready to enter, please start writing. Irreantum Contest Rules All unsolicited fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction submissions must be received during … Continue reading
A list of events for which AML has downloadable mp3 files can be found here on the AML website. The links will take you to pages that list the topics or speakers on each file. AML hopes to make other … Continue reading