Episode 122: Slippery, A Mormon Horror Story


Join Sunstone Magazine Editor Stephen Carter as he reads a short Mormon horror story inspired by the Book of Mormon.

Stephen is the editor of Sunstone Magazine, has a PhD in narrative studies and an MFA in fiction.


Buy Stephen’s Books!


iPlates Volume 1: Zeniff, Abinadi, Alma, and Ammon: Book of Mormon Comics


The Hand of Glory (The Harrowed Valley Hauntings Book 1)

Episode 121: Microaggressions

Join Mica, Azul, Janan, and Tinesha as they discuss the concept of microaggressions and how it has affected them personally.

Links to follow up on:

Everyday microaggressions

Microaggressions Tumblr

References for this podcast:

Racial microaggressions in everyday life: Implications for clinical practice.
Sue, Derald Wing; Capodilupo, Christina M.; Torino, Gina C.; Bucceri, Jennifer M.; Holder, Aisha M. B.; Nadal, Kevin L.; Esquilin, Marta
American Psychologist, Vol 62(4), May-Jun 2007, 271-286.

Year of Polygamy: The 1890 Manifesto, Episode 60


Join Lindsay as she discusses the events leading up to the 1890 Manifesto.

Links mentioned in this podcast:



Year of Polygamy

Join Lindsay for the primer series on Mormon Polygamy that will begin with the wives of Joseph Smith and eventually broaden to contemporary strains of the practice today.

Episode 01: Fanny Alger

Episode 02: Lucinda Morgan Harris

Episode 03: Louisa Beaman

Episode 04: Zina Huntington Jacobs Young Smith

Episode 05: Presendia Huntington Buell

Episode 06: Agnes Coolbrith

Episode 07: Sylvia Sessions

Episode 08: Patty Sessions

Episode 09: Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner

Episode 10: Polygamy in Nauvoo

Episode 11: Marinda Nancy Johnson Hyde

Episode 12: Elizabeth Davis Durfee

Episode 13: Sarah Kingsley Cleveland

Episode 14: Delcena Johnson Sherman

Episode 15: Eliza R. Snow

Episode 16: Sarah Ann Whitney

Episode 17: Martha McBride Knight

Episode 18: Ruth Vose Sayers

Episode 19: Flora Ann Woodworth

Episode 20: Emily Partridge

Episode 21: Joseph Smith’s Progeny

Episode 22: Eliza Partridge

Episode 23: Almera Johnson

Episode 24: Lucy Walker

Episode 25: The Lawrence Sisters

Episode 26: Helen Mar Kimball

Episode 27: Hannah Ells

Episode 28: Elvira Cowles Holmes

Episode 29: Rhoda Richards

Episode 30: Olive Grey Frost

Episode 31: Desdemona Wadsworth Fullmer

Episode 32: Melissa Lott

Episode 33: Nancy Winchester

Episode 34: Fanny Young

Episode 35: Polygamy and Lamanite Marriages

Episode 36: Plural Marriage and the Martydom

Episode 37: Polygamy and Winter Quarters

Episode 38: Polygamy and Winter Quarters

Episode 39: Early Utah Period Polygamy

Episode 40: Heber C. Kimball

Episode 41: Polygamy and the Family, Public and Private

Episode 42: Scandal, Soldiers, Sex and Wives

Episode 43: Violent 1850’s Utah

Episode 44: The Utah War

Episode 45: Houses of Polygamy

Episode 46: A Brief History of the Relief Society

Episode 47: History of Southern Utah, Part 1

Episode 48: History of Southern Utah, Part 2 (Orderville and other towns)

Episode 49: Emma Lee French

Episode 50: Marriage to Brigham Young

Episode 51: Amelia Folsom, “Brigham’s Favorite Wife”

Episode 52: Obscure Polygamous Women, Polygamous Wives Writing Club

Episode 53: Federal Legislation

Episode 54: Lucinda Dalton, Mormon Feminist Pioneer

Episode 55: Emmeline Free

Episode 56: Polygamy in Mexican Colonies

Episode 57: Polygamy and Suffrage

Episode 58: Anne Gordge, Polygamous Calamity Jane


N.O.W. 24 – Natasha Smith


N.O.W. is a project that allows those with profiles on Ordain Women to tell their stories.

Natasha Smith shares her thoughts and hopes about women’s ordination as a bi-racial member. Because of Ordain Women, Natasha is no longer standing alone on the outskirts of main-stream mormonism. Her hope is that one day, nobody will ever have to again.

If you would like to post your profile for O.W., please contact them here.

Episode 120: Guilt and Shame With Julie De Azevedo-Hanks

Join Lindsay as she interviews Julie de Azevedo-Hanks about the concept of Mormon Guilt and Shame.


Links mentioned in this podcast:

Julie de Azevedo Hanks website

The Burnout Cure: An Emotional Survival Guide for Overwhelmed Women

Wasatch Family Therapy
Relational-Cultural Theory

Cultural Transformation Theory

Research of Brene Brown http://www.brenebrown.com