Dialogue Out Loud Interviews presents a conversation with the winners of the Bodies of Christ writing contest from the Winter 2022 issue of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought. Personal Voices editor Allison Hong Merrill sits down with Margaret Olsen Hemming, Caitlin McNally Olsen, and Mauri Pollard Johnson.

MARGARET OLSEN HEMMING is the former editor in chief of Exponent II and the coauthor of The Book of Mormon for the Least of These. She sits on the advisory board for the Center for Latter-day Saint Arts and is currently curating an exhibit on art about Heavenly Mother for the Center Gallery in New York City. She lives in North Carolina with her spouse, three children, and a large vegetable garden.

CAITLIN MCNALLY OLSEN is a trained therapist and budding author. She received an undergraduate degree in English literature from George Washington University in 2008 and a master’s degree in mar riage and family therapy from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2013. As a complement to her mental health practice, Caitlin blogs at www.behiving .com. Caitlin lives in Auburn, California, with her husband and three children.

MAURI POLLARD JOHNSON is currently in the MFA program studying creative nonfiction at Brigham Young University. She enjoys running, browsing used bookstores, and anything birthday cake flavored. She lives with her husband and their cat in American Fork, Utah.

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