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2018 Mormon Lit Blitz Longlist

Thank you to everyone who submitted to the Seventh Annual Mormon Lit Blitz! After reviewing the submissions, we’ve selected twenty-four semi-finalists. Finalists will be announced on 21 May and posted here 28 May-9 June.

Congratulations to our semi-finalists:

“After the Fast,” by William Morris “Beneath a Visiting Moon” by Lee Allred “The First Dream/Counsel/First Vision” by Faith Kershisnik “I Was Poor” by Michael Gentry “The Investigator” by Jeanine Bee “It Rains Every Day” by Alison Brimley “John Who Tarried” by Steven Peck “Joseph and Emma Grow Old Together” by Eric Jepson “The Last Swing” by Sheldon Lawrence “Missionary Weekly Report for 28 March-3 April, Mumbai 1st Branch” by Mattathias Westwood “New Rhythm” by Tanya Hanamaikai “Ode to a Handcart” by Kathryn Hales “A Perfect Voice” by Katherine Cowley “The Prayer” by Katherine Cowley and S. BreAnne Johnson “Proof That Sister Greeley Is a Witch (Even Though Mormons Don’t Believe in Witches)” by William Morris “Redwood Song” by Terresa Mae Wellborn “The Reluctant Seraph” by Adrienne Cardon “Scrubbing Jesus’ Toilets” by Lehua Parker “Semester Abroad” by Jim Richards “‘Stanl33’s Silver Spaceship’ from The Friend, August 3029″ by Eric Jepson “Still Clean” by Sherry Work “Still Life #2 (fly on the counter)” by Laura Hilton Craner Myers “Three Dogs in the Afterlife” by Luisa Perkins “The Weightier Matters” by Merrijane Rice

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