A Celebration of Dialogue
Mary L. Bradford, editor
Paperback / 278 pages / 0-941214-57-5 / $9.95
In celebration of the twentieth anniversary of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Mary Bradford compiled what she judged to be the most significant personal essays that had appeared in the journal to that date. The purpose of Dialogue has been to support literature and the arts and provide a forum for rationally examining matters of faith, to examine the LDS spiritual heritage with candor and imagination, and build bridges to other cultures. The essays in this collection reflect the experiences, observations, thinking, and recommendations of some of the best minds of contemporary Mormonism.
Mary Lythgoe Bradford is a past editor of Dialogue. She is the author of Leaving Home: Personal Essays and Lowell L. Bennion: Teacher, Councilor, Humanitarian; editor of Mormon Women Speak; and a contributor to Harvest: Contemporary Mormon Poems; Tending the Garden: Essays on Mormon Literature; A Thoughtful Faith; A Little Lower than the Angels; and A Time to Weep and a Time to Sing.