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Upcoming Events

  • Zion Theatre Company's The Opposing Wheel by Mahonri Stewart. September 2-3, 5, 9-10, 2011, at the Castle Outdoor Amphitheatre in Provo, UT (1300 East Center Stree, above the State Hospital).

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Recent Events

  • September 16-27, 2010 - The Best of New Play Project--featuring Davey Morrison's "Adam and Eve," Matthew Greene's "Foxgloves," Eric Samuelsen's "Gaia," Melissa Leilani Larson's "A Burning in the Bosom," and James Goldberg's "Prodigal Son"--will play at the Provo Theater (105 E 100 N), with performances beginning at 7:30pm. For more information, visit
  • Out of the Mount: 19 From New Play Project, edited by Davey Morrison, was published by Peculiar Pages in August 2010.
  • I Am Jane, by Margaret Blair Young played at the Grand Theatre in Salt Lake City, Utah, June 9-19 (more information here) and at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo, Utah, July 22-31, 2010 (more information here).
  • Erin's Promise will played at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo, Utah, July 12, 16, and 17. More information here.
  • Princess of Glass, by Jessica Day George, was released on May 25.
  • The LDSTorymakers conference was held April 23-24 in Provo, Utah. (schedule)
  • Robert Goble won the 2010 Marilyn Brown Novel Award for Across a Harvested Field which will be published this summer by Parables Publishing.



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Spotlight: Whitney Awards


The Whitney Awards were announced on April 24, 2010.

  • David Farland won the novel of the year award for In the Company of Angels.
  • Riley Noehren and Dan Wells tied for best novel by a new author for Gravity vs. the Girl and I Am Not a Serial Killer, respectively.
  • Liz Adair won the romance award for Counting the Cost.
  • Stephanie Black won the mystery/suspense award for Methods of Madness.
  • Carol Lynch Williams won the youth fiction award for The Chosen One.
  • John Brown was the speculative fiction award for Servant of a Dark God.
  • G. G. Vandagriff won the historical award for The Last Waltz.
  • Jamie Ford won the best general fiction award for Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.
  • Gerald Lund won the lifetime achievement award.
  • Dave Wolverton won the outstanding achievement award.