Christmas Series: Give the Gift of Exponent II
Are you looking for that special gift for your favorite Mormon woman? Consider getting a subscription to Exponent II, and your gift recipient’s first issue will be a double issue packed with so much of the best stuff of Exponent II over the past 40 years.
Our editor-in-chief, Aimee Hickman, has been working on this issue for over a year, and it will be such a treasure, including past editors’ favorite essays published during their tenure with a few paragraphs describing the events surrounding the choosing, editing, and publishing of their chosen essay. We’ll also have essays from permabloggers from The Exponent and the Bloggernacle, excerpts from talks by Claudia Bushman and Laurel Thatcher Ulrich from our nationwide speaker series this past year, and Joanna Brooks’ keynote address from our record-breaking 2014 retreat.
Order by December 22nd and our staff will send your loved one a card letting them know of their upcoming gift subscription and who they have to thank. Please note that gift subscriptions can be done by putting a note in your PayPal payment listing the name, address, and email address of the gift recipient. Subscribe here today. Get more complete directions for how to order and create online accounts here.
Already have a subscription? Consider getting Exponent II’s Habits of Being: Women’s Material Culture, a hard copy book with essays from Exponent II writers about the objects inherited from their ancestors and what they mean to them. Or a Kindle version of All God’s Critters Got a Place in the Choir by our beloved East/West columnists, Emma Lou Thayne and Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, is now also available, which holds many well-known Mormon feminist essays, like Laurel’s “Lusterware” and Emma Lou’s “Seeing without Seeing.”