Steven L. Peck

STEVEN L. PECK {[email protected]} is an evolutionary ecologist and writer. He has won many awards for his creative writing including being the two-time winner of the Association of Mormon Letters Novel Award (The Scholar of Moab, 2011; Gilda Trillim, 2017), and once for short story (Two-Dog Dose, 2014). His novel (2019) King Leere: Goatherd of the La Sals was a semi-finalist in Black Lawrence Press’s Big Moose Prize and received a starred-review from Publishers Weekly. In addition to his poetry collection, Incorrect Astronomy, he has published two short stories collections. His work has appeared in numerous venues includ￾ing, Nature Futures, New Myths, Pedestal Magazine, Prairie Schooner, Red Rock Review, and other places. He also has two nonfiction books exploring issues of faith and science (Evolving Faith and Science the Key to Theology).

The Sacrifice

Articles/Essays – Volume 52, No. 3

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From the Pulpit: My Mother’s Eclipse

Articles/Essays – Volume 51, No. 2

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Review: Laughter, Depth, and Insight: Enid Rocks Them All Scott Hales. The Garden of Enid: Adventures of a Weird Mormon Girl, Parts One and Two

Articles/Essays – Volume 50, No. 2

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Bishop Johansen Rescues a Lost Soul: A Tale of Pleasant Grove

Articles/Essays – Volume 49, No. 4

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The Current Philosophy of Consciousness Landscape: Where Does LDS Thought Fit?

Articles/Essays – Volume 38, No. 1

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My Madness

Articles/Essays – Volume 41, No. 2

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Crawling Out of the Primordial Soup: A Step toward the Emergence of an LDS Theology Compatible with Organic Evolution

Articles/Essays – Volume 43, No. 1

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Why Nature Matters: A Special Issue of Dialogue on Mormonism and the Environment

Articles/Essays – Volume 44, No. 2

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Two-Dog Dose

Articles/Essays – Volume 47, No. 1

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