Category: literature

Vignettes from Earth’s Oldest Records

It's been a while since I looked forward to a book's ...

Why I Write

On a recent vacation to North County San Diego, my family ...

What Do You Contribute to Mormon Culture?

We all agree that there's a difference between the gospel and ...

Brad Wilcox, Continuous

In a delightful pair of books, popular LDS author and speaker ...

Lambs in Public Education

I am convinced that my third grade teacher Mrs. Sype was ...

Covenant Motherhood: A Review

Our friend Stephanie has written a beautiful, accessible treatise on the ...

Redeemed

I am not a poetry person. Oh, I enjoy reading it, ...

An Interview with the Author of “Covenant Motherhood”

Today we're publishing an interview with author Stephanie Dibb Sorensen, whose ...

Why We Sometimes Shouldn’t Write

I have a long history of offending people with my writing. ...

Invitations for Our Readers

We are passionate about what we do at Real Intent, and ...

What’s The Good Word?

Many of the subcultures that one can find in the world ...

Mary and Christmas

It's getting cold outside, where I live. The nights are getting ...

A Book of Mormon Poem

I love the Bible, which speaks to all the seasons of ...

Poem: and when that morning comes

when elijah abel raises brigham young from the dead he'll put his ...

A Vote That Matters

Every community has beliefs that, though ridiculous from a strictly rational ...

A poem

When we first saw the dust they'd use to make our ...

A Tale of Two Frames

Let's say we encounter a carefully crafted piece of language--whether it's ...

Is Faith Your Personal Story?

Everyone has a story. Not very many people record it, especially ...