Mel Henderson

MEL HENDERSON {[email protected]} has taught writing at BYU since 2012 and earned her MFA in Creative Nonfiction in 2016. She is a lifelong writer, compulsive researcher, voracious reader, and a believer in the healing power of stories. Her work has appeared in (and/ or on) Bloom for Women, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Lit￾erature and Belief, The Writing Disorder, and a handful of other literary journals. She lives in Utah with her family and too many pets, because she was born without the ability to maintain reasonable distance from any animal in need.

Making the Shadow Conscious | Rachel Rueckert, East Winds: A Global Quest to Reckon with Marriage

Articles/Essays – Volume 56, No. 3

One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light but by making the darkness conscious. Carl Jung I’ll start with both a declaration and a disclaimer: East Winds: A Global Quest to Reckon with…

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Review: Raw Hope and Kindness: The Burning Point Tracy McKay. The Burning Point: A Memoir of Addiction, Destruction, Love, Parenting, Survival, and Hope

Articles/Essays – Volume 50, No. 4

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On Virtue: What Bathsheba Taught Me about My Maligned Sisters

Articles/Essays – Volume 48, No. 2

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