Linda Hoffman Kimball
Linda Hoffman Kimball is an author, artist, poet and an accidental activist. She has written, compiled or illustrated 16 books and has had her work included in many more. She holds a BA from Wellesley College and an MFA from Boston University. She has served on the boards of the Chicago Metro History Education Center, Exponent II, Mormon Women for Ethical Government, and Segullah.org. As well as serving on the board of Dialogue, she is currently Art Director of Segullah, and Co-Founder of Mormon Women for Ethical Government. Reared in the Chicago area and educated in New England, Linda flourished in her Christian faith and, to her surprise, felt herself called to join the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints while a student at Wellesley College. She is a joyful attender of LDS women’s gatherings and retreats – especially Midwest Pilgrims and Exponent II. She currently resides high on a mountain top in Woodland, UT.
Mischief and Ethnography Keith Norman. BUC: A Boy among the Saints
Articles/Essays – Volume 54, No. 4
Being a Mormon Woman or “Am I Not a Woman and a Sister? Isn’t That Enough?”
Articles/Essays – Volume 36, No. 3