Exponent II Call for Submissions: Mormon Women and the Creative Process

Are you an artist? Are you a writer? Are you a maker of beautiful things? Do you solve problems with elegant designs? Do you appreciate the creative work of others in enhancing your life?

How do you find space and time for your work? What inspires you? What keeps you going when you are not inspired? What does it feel like to experience the finished product – the creative output of yourself and others? How do we celebrate creativity in our community?

What do you think of Mormon art? Have you played a part in the renaissance of Mormon art in recent years? Have your opinions or understanding of “Mormon art” changed? Who are the Mormon artists who inspire you? How could we better incorporate Mormon art and literature into our culture and worship?

What is your creative process? How do you support your own work and the creative process of your sisters?

Tell us about it.

Submissions should be between 700 – 2400 words and should be in Word or Google Doc format. The deadline is July 1, 2018. Please send to exponentiieditor@gmail.com.


Pandora spends most of her time tinkering with bits of words, fabric and yarn. She lives in Chicago with her husband and a pug. She has two grown up sons who have many adventures.

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