Irreantum: a Review of Mormon Literature and Film is published twice annually (Fall/Winter, Spring/Summer) by the Association for Mormon
We seek to define the parameters of Mormon literature broadly, acknowledging a growing
body of diverse work that reflects the increasing diversity of Mormon experience.
We wish to publish the highest quality of writing, both creative and critical. We
welcome unsolicited submissions of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and plays
that address the Mormon experience either directly or by implication. We also welcome
submissions of critical essays that address such works, in addition to popular and
non-print media (such as film, folklore, theater, juvenile fiction, science fiction,
letters, diaries, sermons). Critical essays may also address Mormon literature in
more general terms, especially in its regional, ethnic, religious, thematic, and
genre-related configurations. We are especially interested in the following topics:
Film and Religion, The Nineteenth Century, Spiritual Autobiography, International
Contexts, Poetry, Sacred Texts, The Mormon Stage.
We accept translations of literary work written in languages other than English.