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Association for Mormon Letters to meet

The Association for Mormon Letters has slated its annual conference for Saturday, Feb. 28, at Westminster College in Salt Lake City. The public is invited to attend sessions on the works of Terry Tem-pest Williams, a discussion of "Many Mansions: LDS Genre Fiction In and Out of the Mormon Market" and many other topics.

The AML is a scholarly organization dedicated to the study of LDS poetry, fiction, drama, essay and other writing.There will will also be a luncheon where annual awards will be presented to several LDS writers for their published works during 1997. Neal Kramer, AML president, will deliver an address.

Lifetime memberships in the organization will also be given to Williams and Douglas Thayer. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and continues through-out the day. Sessions begin at 9 a.m. The cost of attending is $5, with the luncheon $10 if paid in advance, $15 if paid at the door. An evening social, where writers will read, has also been organized.