One of my most recent articles—a piece on technology, naming, and legitimacy in the Latter-day Saint tradition—was published in Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought. Publishing in Dialogue has been a wonderful opportunity. It’s a niche journal, so it may never reach the breadth of audience that I usually aim for in publishing. However, that niche focus has also come with a number of benefits. I want to write more about this soon, but the purpose of this post is just to draw attention to one of these benefits: the in-house podcast(s) produced by the Dialogue team.
A number of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with Dialogue editor Taylor Petrey (whose 2020 book Tabernacles of Clay: Sexuality and Gender in Modern Mormonism is a must-read) to talk about my recent article. A few days ago, that conversation was released as the most recent episode of the Dialogue Out Loud podcast. Listening to it now, it’s clear that I was having the beginning of some microphone problems that I wouldn’t realize for another few weeks. I wish I had recorded with a slightly different setup, but I hope that the episode is still helpful for giving an overview of the article (which is itself still available through open access).
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