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Q&A with James Goldberg, Co-founder of Mormon Lit Blitz

Note: The Dialogue Foundation provides the web format of this article as a courtesy. Please note that there may be unintentional differences from the printed version. For citational and biographical purposes, please use the printed…

Lucky Wounds

Note: The Dialogue Foundation provides the web format of this article as a courtesy. Please note that there may be unintentional differences from the printed version. For citational and biographical purposes, please use the printed…

Sisterhood and the Divine Feminine Twila Newey, Sylvia

LePetit Richards and the Big Dipper Carpet—An Amusement Based on a Reworking of Whittle’s Research Notes

Review: Delightful Futuristic Mormon Morality Tale Offers Teaching Tool for Progressive Parents Matt Page, Future Day Saints: Welcome to the New Zion

Tatau

Excerpt from Eleusis: The Long and Winding Road, Translated and introduced by James Goldberg.

Dean Hughes, Muddy: Where Faith and Polygamy Collide Phyllis Barber, The Desert Between Us

Mormon Saga

Lessons in Scriptural Origami James Goldberg. Remember the Revolution.James Goldberg. The First Five Dozen Tales of Razia Shah and Other Stories

As Above, So Below: Mormonism Mattathias Singhin D. J. Butler’s Kaleidoscopic Cosmological Fantasy D. J. Butler. Witchy Eye D. J. Butler. Witchy Winter D. J. Butler. Witchy Kingdom

The Cunning Man and Fiction of the Mormon Corridor D. J. Butler and Aaron Michael Ritchey. The Cunning Man

A Rising Generation: Women in Power in Young Adult Novels Jo Cassidy. Good Girls Stay Quiet Emily King. Before the Broken Star Julie Berry. Lovely War

When Was the Last Time You Read a Romance Novel? Ilima Todd. A Song for the Stars.

In the Garden of Babel

Review: “Is this the Promised End?” Steven L. Peck. The Tragedy of King Leere, Goatherd of the La Sals.

The Maidservant’s Witness Mette Harrison. The Book of Abish.

An Astonishing String of Stories Steven L. Peck. Tales from Pleasant Grove.

Review: Welcome Additions Karen Kelsay. Of Omens that Flitter. Javen Tanner. The God Mask.

Sonnet: On His Blindness to Autumn

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

Articles and Essays in Mormon Studies

Hugh Nibley: A Short Bibliographical Note

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

Literature, Mormon Writers, and the Powers That Be

Virginia Sorensen: A Saving Remnant

Vardis Fisher and the Mormons

Beowulf and Nephi: A Literary View of the Book of Mormon

Little Did She Realize: Writing for the Mormon Market

Literature in the History of the Church: The Importance of Involvement

The Imagination’s New Beginning: Thoughts on Esthetics and Religion

On Words and the Word of God: The Delusions of a Mormon Literature

Voices of Freedom in Eastern Europe: “Spring” and “Winter” in Prague: Some Thoughts on the Human Spirit

Voices of Freedom in Eastern Europe: An Hour with Milovan Djilas — Heroic Yugoslav Intellectual

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

Jonathan Livingston Seagull: An Ornithologist’s Rod McKuen: Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach

A Survey of Current Literature

Gambit in the Throbs of a Ten-Year-Old Swamp: Confessions of a Dialogue Intern

The Rise and Fall of Courage, an Independent RLDS Journal

Although Courage struck a responsive chord in quite a few hearts, its readers did not support it to the extent the editors had expected. Appealing only to a minority in a small church, and without either sufficient…

Windmill Jousting and Other Madness: Century 2

Windmill Jousting and Other Madness: Century 2

New Messenger and Advocate

Sunstone

A Wider Sisterhood

BYU Studies, How She Is

Gospel by the Month

A Survey of Current Literature

Insights from the Outside: From a Commentator’s Note Pad

I, Eye, Aye: A Personal Essay on Personal Essays

Literary Dimensions of Mormon Autobiography

The Representation of Reality in Ninteenth Century Mormon Autobiography

Excavating Myself

Three Essays: A Commentary

The Vocation of David Wright: An Essay in Analytic Biography

Halldor Laxness, the Mormons and the Promised Land

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature: Selected Bibliography of Recent Articles

The Function of Mormon Literary Criticism at the Present Time

Don’t Fence Me In: A Conversation About Mormon Fiction

Don’t Fence Me In: A Conversation About Mormon Fiction

Don’t Fence Me In: A Conversation About Mormon Fiction

When the Brightness Seems Most Distant

Bash: Latter Day Plays: Bash by Neil LaBute

Anne Perry’s Tathea: A Preliminary Consideration: Tathea by Anne Perry

Surviving with Hope: Survival Rates by Mary S. Clyde

Heart, Mind, and Soul: The Ethical Foundation of Mormon Letters

Wanderings and Wonderings: Contemporary Autobiographical Theory and the Personal Essay

The Lyric Body of Emma Lou Thayne’s Things Happen

“Easy to be Entreated:” Modern Dogma and the Rhetoric of Assent and Christian Communication

Modern Postmodernism: Worlds Without End in Young’s Salvador and Card’s Lost Boy

The Mormon Fiction Mission

Toward a Mormon Criticism: Should We Ask “Is This Mormon Literature?”

Danger on the Right! Danger on the Left! The Ethics of Recent Mormon Fiction

The State of Mormon Literature and Criticism

from Falling Toward Heaven

Sanctuaries

A Good Sign

Wolves

From Three Jacks

Havesu

Now and at the Hour of Our Death

Brothers

Saturday Evening, Sunday Afternoon

The Siege of Troy

Who Brought Forth This Christmas Demon

The Gilded Door

A Spiritual Awakening Amid a Hippie Faith : Coke Newell, On the Road to Heaven

Marrow: A Review of Richard Dutcher’s Mormon Films

Gazing Into the Face of the Other

Insight Inside

When Your Eternal Companion Has Fangs

Reading the Mormon Gothic

The Widower

Triptych: Plural

At the Cannery

The Education of a Bible Scholar

Richard Golightly: A Novel

The Dream

American Trinity

The Birth of Tragedy

Grandpa’s Hat

Recompense

Why Joseph Went to the Woods: Rootstock for LDS Literary Nature Writers

Mormon Scholars in the Humanities Conference: Savior, silver, psalms, and sighs, and flash-burn offerings

Hank Toy’s Devil

Sandrine

What It Means

Dark Watch

Trying to Keep Quiet: A Poem Constructed Around Fragments of Leslie Norris’s “Borders”

What Kind of Truth Is Beauty?: A Meditation on Keats, Job, and Scriptural Poetry

Two-Dog Dose

Acute Distress, Intensive Care

Moving On

Vardis Fisher’s Mormon Scars: Mapping the Diaspora in the Testament of Man

Review: The Mormon Murder Mystery Grows Up Mette Ivie Harrison. The Bishop’s Wife Tim Wirkus. City of Brick and Shadow

Review: Mormons Are a Different Country Mette Ivie Harrison. The Bishop’s Wife

Spring Hill

“Slippery”

Mormon Lit Blitz Introduction

The Rose Jar

What the Call of the Deep Teaches

The Thirteenth Article of Faith as a Standard for Literature

Q&A with James Goldberg, Co-founder of Mormon Lit Blitz

Note: The Dialogue Foundation provides the web format of this article as a courtesy. Please note that there may be unintentional differences from the printed version. For citational and biographical purposes, please use the printed…

Lucky Wounds

Note: The Dialogue Foundation provides the web format of this article as a courtesy. Please note that there may be unintentional differences from the printed version. For citational and biographical purposes, please use the printed…

Sisterhood and the Divine Feminine Twila Newey, Sylvia

LePetit Richards and the Big Dipper Carpet—An Amusement Based on a Reworking of Whittle’s Research Notes

Review: Delightful Futuristic Mormon Morality Tale Offers Teaching Tool for Progressive Parents Matt Page, Future Day Saints: Welcome to the New Zion

Tatau

Excerpt from Eleusis: The Long and Winding Road, Translated and introduced by James Goldberg.

Dean Hughes, Muddy: Where Faith and Polygamy Collide Phyllis Barber, The Desert Between Us

Mormon Saga

Lessons in Scriptural Origami James Goldberg. Remember the Revolution.James Goldberg. The First Five Dozen Tales of Razia Shah and Other Stories

As Above, So Below: Mormonism Mattathias Singhin D. J. Butler’s Kaleidoscopic Cosmological Fantasy D. J. Butler. Witchy Eye D. J. Butler. Witchy Winter D. J. Butler. Witchy Kingdom

The Cunning Man and Fiction of the Mormon Corridor D. J. Butler and Aaron Michael Ritchey. The Cunning Man

A Rising Generation: Women in Power in Young Adult Novels Jo Cassidy. Good Girls Stay Quiet Emily King. Before the Broken Star Julie Berry. Lovely War

When Was the Last Time You Read a Romance Novel? Ilima Todd. A Song for the Stars.

In the Garden of Babel

Review: “Is this the Promised End?” Steven L. Peck. The Tragedy of King Leere, Goatherd of the La Sals.

The Maidservant’s Witness Mette Harrison. The Book of Abish.

An Astonishing String of Stories Steven L. Peck. Tales from Pleasant Grove.

Review: Welcome Additions Karen Kelsay. Of Omens that Flitter. Javen Tanner. The God Mask.

Sonnet: On His Blindness to Autumn

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

Articles and Essays in Mormon Studies

Hugh Nibley: A Short Bibliographical Note

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

Literature, Mormon Writers, and the Powers That Be

Virginia Sorensen: A Saving Remnant

Vardis Fisher and the Mormons

Beowulf and Nephi: A Literary View of the Book of Mormon

Little Did She Realize: Writing for the Mormon Market

Literature in the History of the Church: The Importance of Involvement

The Imagination’s New Beginning: Thoughts on Esthetics and Religion

On Words and the Word of God: The Delusions of a Mormon Literature

Voices of Freedom in Eastern Europe: “Spring” and “Winter” in Prague: Some Thoughts on the Human Spirit

Voices of Freedom in Eastern Europe: An Hour with Milovan Djilas — Heroic Yugoslav Intellectual

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

Jonathan Livingston Seagull: An Ornithologist’s Rod McKuen: Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach

A Survey of Current Literature

Gambit in the Throbs of a Ten-Year-Old Swamp: Confessions of a Dialogue Intern

The Rise and Fall of Courage, an Independent RLDS Journal

Although Courage struck a responsive chord in quite a few hearts, its readers did not support it to the extent the editors had expected. Appealing only to a minority in a small church, and without either sufficient…

Windmill Jousting and Other Madness: Century 2

Windmill Jousting and Other Madness: Century 2

New Messenger and Advocate

Sunstone

A Wider Sisterhood

BYU Studies, How She Is

Gospel by the Month

A Survey of Current Literature

Insights from the Outside: From a Commentator’s Note Pad

I, Eye, Aye: A Personal Essay on Personal Essays

Literary Dimensions of Mormon Autobiography

The Representation of Reality in Ninteenth Century Mormon Autobiography

Excavating Myself

Three Essays: A Commentary

The Vocation of David Wright: An Essay in Analytic Biography

Halldor Laxness, the Mormons and the Promised Land

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature

A Survey of Current Literature: Selected Bibliography of Recent Articles

The Function of Mormon Literary Criticism at the Present Time

Don’t Fence Me In: A Conversation About Mormon Fiction

Don’t Fence Me In: A Conversation About Mormon Fiction

Don’t Fence Me In: A Conversation About Mormon Fiction

When the Brightness Seems Most Distant

Bash: Latter Day Plays: Bash by Neil LaBute

Anne Perry’s Tathea: A Preliminary Consideration: Tathea by Anne Perry

Surviving with Hope: Survival Rates by Mary S. Clyde

Heart, Mind, and Soul: The Ethical Foundation of Mormon Letters

Wanderings and Wonderings: Contemporary Autobiographical Theory and the Personal Essay

The Lyric Body of Emma Lou Thayne’s Things Happen

“Easy to be Entreated:” Modern Dogma and the Rhetoric of Assent and Christian Communication

Modern Postmodernism: Worlds Without End in Young’s Salvador and Card’s Lost Boy

The Mormon Fiction Mission

Toward a Mormon Criticism: Should We Ask “Is This Mormon Literature?”

Danger on the Right! Danger on the Left! The Ethics of Recent Mormon Fiction

The State of Mormon Literature and Criticism

from Falling Toward Heaven

Sanctuaries

A Good Sign

Wolves

From Three Jacks

Havesu

Now and at the Hour of Our Death

Brothers

Saturday Evening, Sunday Afternoon

The Siege of Troy

Who Brought Forth This Christmas Demon

The Gilded Door

A Spiritual Awakening Amid a Hippie Faith : Coke Newell, On the Road to Heaven

Marrow: A Review of Richard Dutcher’s Mormon Films

Gazing Into the Face of the Other

Insight Inside

When Your Eternal Companion Has Fangs

Reading the Mormon Gothic

The Widower

Triptych: Plural

At the Cannery

The Education of a Bible Scholar

Richard Golightly: A Novel

The Dream

American Trinity

The Birth of Tragedy

Grandpa’s Hat

Recompense

Why Joseph Went to the Woods: Rootstock for LDS Literary Nature Writers

Mormon Scholars in the Humanities Conference: Savior, silver, psalms, and sighs, and flash-burn offerings

Hank Toy’s Devil

Sandrine

What It Means

Dark Watch

Trying to Keep Quiet: A Poem Constructed Around Fragments of Leslie Norris’s “Borders”

What Kind of Truth Is Beauty?: A Meditation on Keats, Job, and Scriptural Poetry

Two-Dog Dose

Acute Distress, Intensive Care

Moving On

Vardis Fisher’s Mormon Scars: Mapping the Diaspora in the Testament of Man

Review: The Mormon Murder Mystery Grows Up Mette Ivie Harrison. The Bishop’s Wife Tim Wirkus. City of Brick and Shadow

Review: Mormons Are a Different Country Mette Ivie Harrison. The Bishop’s Wife

Spring Hill

“Slippery”

Mormon Lit Blitz Introduction

The Rose Jar

What the Call of the Deep Teaches

The Thirteenth Article of Faith as a Standard for Literature