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ARTICLES AND ESSAYS Border Crossings / Laurel Thatcher Ulrich Toward a Mormon Theology of God the Mother / Janice Allred My Search for the Mother and Daughter / "Linda Johns" "Seizing Sacred Space": Women's Engagement in Early Mormonism / Martha Sonntag Bradley Anxiously Engaged: Amy Brown Lyman and Relief Society Charity Work, 1917-45 / David Hall In Search of Women's Language and Feminist Expression Among Nauvoo Wives in A Little Lower Than the Angels / Helynne H. Hansen Juanita Brooks and Fawn Brodie -- Sisters in Mormon Dissent / Newell G. Bringhurst Mama / Guenevere Nelson Matricidal Patriarchy: Some Thoughts toward Understanding the Devaluation of Women in the Church / Erin R. Silva I Must Speak Up / Hilda Kathryn Erickson Pack The Sweetness of Cherry Coke / Joleen Ashman Robinson Familial, Socioeconomic, and Religious Behavior: A Comparison of LDS and Non-LDS Women / Tim B. Heaton
SCRIPTURAL STUDIES Toward a Feminist Interpretation of Latter-day Scripture / Lynn Matthews Anderson
NOTES AND COMMENTS Messages from the Manuals: Twelve Years Later / Janine Boyce If Mormon Women Have Had the Priesthood since 1843, Why Aren't They Using It? / Margaret Merrill Toscano
FICTION Faith, Hope, and Charity / Mary Clyde
POETRY For the Girl Who Saw Her Mother Cold / Marni Asplund-Campbell Nestling / Michael R. Collings Mormon Conversions / Laura Hamblin His Sermon / Anita Tanner Serving the Papers / Lance Larsen Beautiful Naked Women / Holly Welker Going Dark / Anita Tanner The Invisible Woman / Holly Welker
REVIEWS A Diminished Thing?: Women of Covenant: The Story of Relief Society by Jill Mulvay Derr, Janath Russell Cannon, and Maureen Ursenbach Beecher / Cheryl May A History of Two Stories: Women of Covenant: The Story of Relief Society by Jill Mulvay Derr, Janath Russell Cannon, and Maureen Ursenbach Beecher / Peggy Pacsoe Secrets under the Surface: Crazy for Living: Poems by Linda Sillitoe / Emma Lou Thayne
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
ABOUT THE ARTIST / ART CREDITS Artwork / Lee Bennion