Attuning the Authentic Mormon Voice: Stemming the Sophic Tide in LDS Literature

Attuning the Authentic Mormon Voice: Stemming the Sophic Tide in LDS Literature, delivered as Cracroft’s presidential address to the Association for Mormon Letters, is part of a conversation on Mormon literature and criticism that began with Cracroft’s review of Harvest: Contemporary Mormon Poems. Bruce Jorgensen responded to Cracroft in his AML presidential address, To Tell and Hear Stories: Let the Stranger Say, which was then followed by Cracroft’s address in this essay here. Gideon Burton responded to both critics in his “Should We Ask, ‘Is this Mormon Literature?’: Towards a Mormon Criticism.” .