Late Summer Link Up

By September 5, 2018

Kurt Manwaring published an interview with friend-of-the-blog Barbara Jones Brown about her work as Mormon History Association’s Executive Director at his blog, From the Desk. I can’t wait to see where Barbara takes MHA in her tenure as ED! 

Spider-Man and … the CES Letter? Comic book artist Ryan Ottley included reference to the infamous work in Amazing Spider-Man, which has since been edited out. Read the full story here.

Of course, you know all about Saints, the new history of the church. Mormonchannel.org is hosting a podcast series featuring General Authorities, writers, researchers, and others on the series. Most episodes are still available here.

Radiowest did a podcast episode about the church’s name change, with Patrick Mason, Peggy Fletcher Stack, Lee Hale, and Matthew LaPlante. Find to “A Church By Any Other Name” here.

Feel free to leave links in the comments to what you’re listening, watching, and reading at the end of summer!

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