Karin Anderson England

KARIN ANDERSON {[email protected]} is a professor of English and Literature at Utah Valley University. Her first publication appeared in Dialogue many years ago; this is, for her, a lovely and belated return. She has also published in American Literary Review, Seneca Review, Quarter After Eight, Western Humanities Review, Sunstone, with Fiddleblack.org (where “Tooele Valley Threnody” first appeared), and (forthcoming) with Torrey House Press. She hails from the Great Basin.

Excerpts from Before Us Like a Land of Dreams

Articles/Essays – Volume 52, No. 1

From “Homing”  In which our protagonist, a crabby aging mother and professor, drives from Salt Lake City to her father’s birthplace—Safford, Arizona—to visit an infant’s gravesite. Year: 2016.  Grandma Anderson said one of the best…

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The Man at the Chapel

Articles/Essays – Volume 21, No. 4

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Articles/Essays – Volume 25, No. 3

When Aunt Iona died in August, I was glad I didn’t have to visit the nursing home anymore. Iona was my great-aunt, my long-dead Grandma’s sister. I loved her, of course, but when I heard…

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Near-Sex Experiences (Confessions of a Mormon Girl)

Articles/Essays – Volume 28, No. 3

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