As a writer born into the Mormon culture, how do you define the audience to whom you’ve chosen to write? How has your Mormon background affected your creativity and the sense of your place in the world of writing? What are the political ramifications of being a “Mormon” writer? Do you feel an obligation to preach to the choir and add your observations to that conversation? Do you want to reach out to a wider audience, yet still feel the pull of the roots from whence you came? Do you believe that a good purpose is served if Mormon writers can essay the rough spots in their faith and their lives? Join seven hip, cool, sometimes brilliant, widely diverse professional writers in this discussion.
Phyllis Barber, Joanna Brooks, William R. Handley, Ryan McIlvain, Steven Peck, Darrell Spencer, Emma Lou Warner Thayne