Tagged: writing

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Guest Post: Mine to Tell

By Ashley Mae Hoiland and Kathy West Writing for me has always been a quiet meadow built of both my own words and thoughts and ideas I did not know rested within me.  I...

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Guest Post: Words and Power

By “Ada Lovelace” All culture and knowledge is mediated by writing. For most of history, written evidence is biased because all we have access to in present day are records of an elite who...

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In The Meantime: Finding A Personal Ministry

This post is my last as a regular contributor to The-Exponent blog. My time here has been a profound and delightful blessing. Exponent women are among the best people I have ever encountered and...

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Finding My Voice

There was a point in my life when I started experiencing a great deal of religious angst.  I was desperate for an open environment where I could blab about all of my questions and...

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Archive Fever

I’m sure that everyone experiences symptoms of OCD, or else has at some point in their life. I mean, I don’t know a lot about mental illnesses, but I feel the restless leg, the...

Writing your identity

I have only in recent years thought about writing poetry that identifies me as a Mormon. I always stayed away from writing about anything religious. I don’t really know why, except maybe it was...

In the Words of Wilford Woodruff

I took a writing class a few years ago in which I was given an interesting assignment. In it we were to take a published journal from some historical figure and write poems using...