Frances Lee Menlove

Frances Lee Menlove is one of the five founders of Dialogue, and the journal’s first manuscripts editor. Later she enjoyed a long career as the chief psychologist and director of human resources at the University of California Los Alamos National Laboratory. In addition to a PhD in psychology, she has an MDiv from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California. A book of her essays and devotional writings, The Challenge of Honesty: Essays for Latter-day Saints by Frances Lee Menlove, was pub￾lished by Signature Books in 2014. The collection’s title is drawn from a seminal and highly referenced essay she wrote for Dialogue’s first issue.

Personal Voices: The Unending Conversation

Articles/Essays – Volume 50, No. 1

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The Challenge of Honesty

Articles/Essays – Volume 34, No. 1

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The Unbidden Prayer

Articles/Essays – Volume 39, No. 1

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A Forty-Year View: Dialogue and the Sober Lessons of History

Articles/Essays – Volume 39, No. 3

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