Volume 49, No. 4
The Winter Issue begins with William Davis exploring the role of formal education in Joseph Smith’s family. Clyde Ford studies “Novel Mormon Doctrines of Ultimate Rewards and Punishments as First Revealed in The Vision” and Brooke Larson reflects on the ecology of absence. You’ll also find fiction from Steven Peck, a thoughtful sermon on fatherhood from Patrick Hemming, a slew of important book reviews and much more. This issue features a focus on new voices contributing both articles and essays including William Davis, Benjamin Keogh, Brooke Larson, and Craig Mangum.
A Documentary Note on a Letter to Joseph Smith. Romance, Death, and Polygamy: The Life and Times of Susan Hough Conrad and Lorenzo Dow BarnesWilliam V. Smith
Dialogue 49.4 (Winter 2016): 87–108
The history behind a letter that was written by missionary Jedediah Morgan Grant to Joseph Smith, which contained information about Susan Hough Conrad and her brief love writings with a missionary who was serving in England named Lorenzo Dow Barnes.