We start with a conversation on creative nonfiction by LDS authors, including memoirs and personal essays, featuring the reviewers Christopher Angulo, Lisa Van Ordam Hadley, and Adam McLain. Then a conversation between Theric Jepson and Andrew Hall about poetry, the literary journal Irreantum, and other recent Mormon literature.
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Creative fiction works discussed:
Christopher Bigelow. Acid Test: LSD vs. LDS
Charlie Bird. Without the Mask
Ann Chamberlin, Clogs and Shawls: Mormons, Moorlands, and the Search for Zion
Joey Franklin. Delusions of Grandeur
Eric Freeze. French Dive: Living More with Less in the South of France
Carol R. Gray. Miracles Among the Rubble: Bringing Conveys of Humanitarian Aid, Hugs, and Hope to a War-torn Region
Patrick Madden. Disparates
Caitlin Myer. Wiving: A Memoir of Loving Then Leaving the Patriarchy
Maleah Day Warner. Lies of the Magpie: A Memoir
Poetry works discussed:
Darlene Young. Homespun and Angel Feathers
R.A. Christmas. Leaves of Sass
Colin B. Douglas. Into the Sun: Poems Revised, Rearranged, and New
Gabriel González Núñez. Ese golpe de luz
Michael Lavers. After Earth
Dayna Patterson. If Mother Braids a Waterfall
Dayna Patterson. Titania in Yellow
Sunni Brown Wilkinson. The Marriage of the Moon and the Field
Dove Song: Heavenly Mother in Mormon Poetry edited by Tyler Chadwick, Dayna Patterson, Martin Pulido
Irreantum (Mormon literary journal)
A Desolating Sickness: Stories of Pandemic. An exhibit at the BYU library.