Ina Coolbrith

Ina Coolbrith

Ina Coolbrith In 1851 a the age of ten, Ina traveled to California with her mother and step father, William Pickett.  Her first poems were published when she was only 12.  At the age of 17, her infant son died tragically and her marriage dissolved.  In 1906, she lost...
Shawn Childers

Shawn Childers

Shawn Childers Shawn B. Childers was born in Kentucky, the second son of convert parents.  He was born a few years after his parents and older brother were sealed in the Mesa Arizona temple but he and a younger sister were “born in the covenant”.  He...
Orson Scott Card

Orson Scott Card

Nobody had ever won the Hugo and Nebula awards for best novel two years in a row, until Orson Scott Card received them for Ender’s Game and its sequel, Speaker for the Dead, in 1986 and 1987. Perhaps Card’s most innovative work is his American fantasy series The Tales...
John Bytheway

John Bytheway

John Bytheway John Bytheway was born and raised in Salt Lake City, and he served his mission in the Philippines. Following his mission, he attended the University of Utah, and later graduated from BYU. John is a part-time instructor at BYU, where he teaches the Book...
Anne Bradshaw

Anne Bradshaw

Anne Bradshaw is a British Author who loves writing for LDS youth. She was born in Wales but grew up in England. She now lives in the United States with her husband. Anne started writing when her four kids were all in school and she had a moment to focus on it. Many...
Laura M. Brotherson

Laura M. Brotherson

Laura M. Brotherson Laura Mason Brotherson graduated from Brigham Young University, and has written a book about sexual intimacy and marital oneness entitled, “And They Were Not Ashamed — Strengthening Marriage through Sexual Fulfillment.” Laura is a...

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