Back in 2009, I listed my personal favorite AMV posts — one for each of the co-bloggers. In honor of the 10th anniversary of the founding of the blog, I have updated that list. In some cases, items are the same as my post from 2009. In others, I have listed a new favorite. And the list has grown as new co-bloggers have come on board. William’s favorite post by each AMV blogger at this particular moment in time:
- Admin: Bradly Baird on the artifacts of LDS memory
- S.P. Bailey: The Things We Bring Home
- Tyler Chadwick: Thoughts Toward a More Thorough Treatment of Mormons, Mormonism, Literature, and Theory
- Kjerste Christensen: A Bibliography of Mormon Missionary Literature
- Harlow Clark: Gadianton The Nobler, Reflections on Changes in the Book of Mormon, Introduction to Textual Variants Part IV
- Laura Craner:
- Sarah Dunster: Addressing Issues on the Edge, and Ryan Rapier’s “The Reluctant Blogger.”
- Scott Hales: Twilight and the CleanFlicks Aesthetic
- Theric Jepson: The Hero’s Journey of the Mormon Arts
- Patricia Karamesines: The Rhetoric of Stealing God
- Jonathan Langford: Destiny, Demons, and Freewill in Dan Wells’s John Wayne Cleaver Books
- Kent Larsen: Why we need Mormon Culture
- Anneke Majors: Minerva Red
- Katherine Morris: “Bread of Affliction” and Cultural Self-Consciousness
- William Morris: The Radical Middle in Mormon Art: The Radical
- Luisa Perkins: Book Review: Global Mom
- Eric Russell: In Defense of the Critics
- Mahonri Stewart: Of Prophets and Artists: A Household of Faith Or A House Divided?
- Eric Thompson: Half Faked
Thanks for 10 great years of AMV!
6 thoughts on “My personal favorite AMV posts at year 10”
Happy Birthday, AMV. You are an asset to the universe.
And many more to come.
I guess I didn’t leave you a lot of options in picking a “favorite” post, but I’m honored to be included in this lineup, regardless.
Hopefully, so, Th.
It’s a great post, Kjerste. I had no qualms including it.
Some great posts. Theric has only been a contributor since 2009? I thought he went back a lot farther than that.
I did some guestposts in 2008…..