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2014 Mormon Lit Blitz Voting Instructions

We have enjoyed all twelve finalists. But we only have one Grand Prize. Help us decide which piece wins this year’s Lit Blitz by emailing a ranking of your four favorite pieces to everydaymormonwriter@gmail.com by the end of the day on Saturday, July 5th.

The contestants are:

“20/20” by Lindsay Denton “The Primary Temple Trip” by Laura Hilton Craner “In Remembrance” by Merrijane Rice “Curelom Riders” by Annaliese Lemmon “Slippery” by Stephen Carter “In a Nutshell” by Doug Staker “And Through the Woods” by Jennifer Eichelberger “Thick and Thin” by Vilo Westwood “Platinum Tears” by Marianne Hales Harding “Sugar Free” by Emily Debenham “Living Scriptures” by Scott Hales “Yahweh: Prologue to the Temple” by Jonathon Penny

Again: in order to be counted, votes must contain a ranking of the reader’s four favorite pieces and must be emailed to everydaymormonwriter@gmail.com by the end of the day Saturday, July 5th. We also welcome comments and feedback on the contest in vote emails.

For those who are interested, public discussions of each piece are taking place on the Mormon Midrashim blog. We’d love to have you share your thoughts on specific pieces there.

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