Introducing “Read Free”

The MoLit community is limited only by the number of people who have access to the literary art it generates.  While mainstream lit presses are picking up Mormon-themed stories now and again (eg Randy McIlvain’s missionary story, “Keep It Bible,” Paris Review, 2008), most Mormon literary art is generated in one of the Big Three “unauthorized” periodicals, namely Irreantum, Dialogue, and Sunstone. In my ward boundaries, there are precisely two people who have, at any point in time, subscribed to any of these journals. I dare say, many wards have no subscribers. Most Mormons I know are not even aware that these publicationss exist. In an effort to introduce my writing to more people, I’ve developed the “Read Free” page. Click on it and you will have access to “Clothing Esther,” an award-winning short story about a woman who must clothe her deceased mother-in-law in the sacred temple burial clothes.

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One response to “Introducing “Read Free”

  1. Brett Wilcox

    I loved “Clothing Esther.” Glad to see you’re making it available for more people to read.

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