Jack Harrell

Jack Harrell {[email protected]} teaches writing at Brigham Young University-Idaho. This essay is from his forthcoming book Writing Ourselves: Essays on Creativity, Craft, and Mormonism.

Form and Integrity

Articles/Essays – Volume 25, No. 2

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The Lone and Dreary World

Articles/Essays – Volume 36, No. 1

But Adam and Eve wept for having come out of the garden, their first abode. . . And Adam said to Eve, “Look at thine eyes, and at mine, which afore beheld angels in heaven.…

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A Visit for Tregan

Articles/Essays – Volume 42, No. 3

Tregan Weaver was driving home from Madison High in his little black CRX on the first warm day of spring in Rexburg, Idaho. The trees along Main Street were in blossom, the lawns were turning…

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Hank Toy’s Devil

Articles/Essays – Volume 45, No. 4

A devil came to an old Mormon on an icy winter night when mounds of snow outside, as big as cars, lay black and cold, nearly invisible. Having searched since the beginning of the world,…

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The Thirteenth Article of Faith as a Standard for Literature

Articles/Essays – Volume 48, No. 3

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