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The Afterlife of an AML Conference Presentation

This month I couldn’t decide whether to write about the Four Centuries of Mormon Stories Contest or about how my 2012 AML Presentation informed my soon-to-be-available book. So I posted both, and will let you take your pick. In 2010, … Continue reading

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Teaching Mormon Literature to Non-Mormon Students

As I type I am sitting in the Salt Lake Airport waiting for a flight that will take me first to Denver and then to Dayton, where my decade-old Honda is waiting to take me home. It’s Sunday, but there … Continue reading

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AML Conference Schedule- April 21st, 2012

Association for Mormon Letters 2012 Annual Meeting   (April 21, 2012): “Going Forth into   All the World: Mormon Literature in anInternationalChurch”   Time Room SC206A Room SC206B Room SC206C 9:00-9:50 Stephen Carter, “Mormon/Christian   Video Games”Carson Bennett, “‘The Wanderer’ … Continue reading

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Announcement: AML Annual Conference April 21

The Association for Mormon Letters will hold its annual conference on April 21st at Utah Valley University’s Student Center.  The theme of the conference is: “Going Forth into All the World: Mormon Literature in an International Church.” 

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CALL FOR PAPERS- DEADLINE EXTENDED!

We have had some wonderful submissions for the upcoming AML Conference. We’d like a few more, though, and so have extended our deadline to January 31, 2012. CALL FOR PAPERS Deadline: JANUARY 31, 2012 AML Conference Date: April 21, 2012 … Continue reading

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Class Update and AML Conference Thoughts

Class Update My creative writing class continues to be very fun. Two weeks ago student  s were to write sonnets that played with the conventions of the form in some way: one student chose to write one “backwards-sonnet” with the … Continue reading

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