Robert M. Hogge
ROBERT M. HOGGE, former president of the Association for Mormon Letters and a retired career officer in the U.S. Air Force, is an English professor at Weber State University. He is an aficionado of the literature of war and has published essays, reviews, poetry, and fiction in a variety of journals, including the Hemingway Review, Aeronautics Digest, Air University Review, Weber Studies, and BYU Studies. Recently released as temple workers, he and his wife Jan now team-teach the marriage and family relations class in their ward in Layton, Utah.
How the History Is Told: My Best for the Kingdom: History and Autobiography of John Lowe Butler, A Mormon Frontiersman
Articles/Essays – Volume 30, No. 2
In the Service of Peace, in the Defense of War: War Is Eternal: The Case for Military Preparedness
Articles/Essays – Volume 37, No. 1