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13th Annual Mormon Lit Blitz Finalists



From May 6-18, we'll post the finalists in this year's Mormon Lit Blitz here on mormonlitlab.org. Join us for a daily poem, essay, or short story and vote for your favorites at the end.

Here are the twelve pieces you can look forward to:


6 May - “Building an Ark” by Merrijane Rice

7 May - “His Mother Knew It” by Sarah Chow

8 May - “Abrahamic Sacrifice” by Annaliese Lemmon

9 May - “Bundling Up” by Lara Niedermeyer

10 May - “Micro Relatos Mormones: Noche en Judea/La Esfera/E Pluribus Unum” by Mario Montani

11 May - “Laban's Funeral” by Chris Bissett

 

13 May - “Things Which Are Not of Worth” by Jeanine Bee

14 May - “Happy Enough” by Amanda Erdmann

15 May - “Marriage” by Michael Hicks

16 May - “Parable of the 10 Virgins” by Michelle Graabek

17 May - “Collapse” by Greg Brooks

18 May - “El Don” by R. de la Lanza 


Congratulations to the finalists! We are grateful for what you do each year to engage our imaginations and broaden our sense of what is possible in Mormon Literature.

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