JoAnna Brooks discusses The Book of Mormon Girl

09/20/12 Mary Glenney
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Joanna Brooks is an award-winning scholar of religion and American Culture and a senior correspondent for religion Dispatches.org. She has been named one of "13 religious women to watch" by the Center for American Progress and one of "50 politicos to watch" by Politico.com. Often referred to as a "Mormon Translator", Joanna is gifted at explaining Mormonism to non-Mormons and has been featured on NPR, MSNBC, Huffington Post and other web postings. Her writings have appeared on the Huffington Post, The New York Times and other print outlets. In her book THE BOOK OF MORMON GIRL she discusses all aspects of her Mormon heritage and upbringing. Her story speaks of the experience so many women in particular have to wrestle with the complications and heartbreaks that often accompanies their faith.For more information go to her web sight joannabrooks.org or follow her on Twitter @askmormongirl

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