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clonts skyWhen I hear the word family, my first thought is often of an idealized notion of family life– you know, smiling faces gathered around a Christmas tree, or eating dinner together at a big table with real napkins and serving dishes, or participating enthusiastically at Family Home Evening (which is something that doesn’t actually happen, in my experience). But the reality is that family life, as rewarding as it can be, also has its challenges. Anyone who has ever been a parent knows that quiet, peaceful happy moments can turn on a dime.

This July, in honor of the family gatherings that take place in summer (and sometimes go south), we are exploring the ways that our family members can put us in difficult places, both literally and figuratively. In Karin Brown’s short story “Deep Water,” Janie confronts her own mortality when her older brother dares her to go on a dive in the neighborhood irrigation ditch. While in Heather Bergevin’s poem “Mr. Morse,” a family learns the code to keep peace in their home.

We also hope that you will enjoy the artwork of Robin Clonts over the next several months. Her work, mainly landscapes and seascapes, work particularly well with the turbulent skies and waters at work in our pieces this month.

Shelah Mastny Miner

Table of Contents:
Fiction: “Deep Water” by Karin Brown
Poetry: “Mr. Morse” by Heather Bergevin


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high_quality_viewSegullah Volume 10.0 Fall/Winter 2012


Featured Artist: Annie Henrie




Segullah Volume 9 Spring/Summer 2012

“Justice and Mercy”

Featured Artist: Amanda M. Smith




Segullah  Volume 8 .0 “Unfolding” Fall/Winter 2011

Featured artist: Cindy Ferguson




Segullah Volume 7.0 Spring/Summer 2011


Featured artists: Angela Bentley Fife, Chelsea Bentley James, Amanda Bentley James



Segullah Volume 6.0 Fifth Anniversary Issue

“Inside and Outside Marriage”

Featured artist: Maralise Petersen



cover of Winter issue illustrated by girl with flower

Segullah Volume 5.2 Winter 2009


Featured artist: Rebecca Wetzel Wagstaff



cover of SummerIssue illustrated by abstract life

Segullah Volume 5.1 Summer 2009

“Gifts of the Spirit”

Featured artist: Leslie Graff



cover of Fall Issue illustrated by woman holding baby near geraniums 

Segullah Volume 4.3 Fall/Winter 2008


Featured artist:  Lee Bennion


cover of Summer Issue illustrated by woman with parasol

Segullah Volume 4.2 Summer 2008

“Palette of Light”

Featured artist: Sharon Furner



cover of Spring Issue illustrated by two sisters with bird


Segullah Volume 4.1 Spring 2008

“Roots and Branches”

Featured artists: Cassandra Barney and Emily McPhie


cover of Winter Issue illustrated with ethereal sculpture installation

Segullah Volume 3.3 Fall/Winter 2007


Featured artist: Mandi Mauldin Felici




cover of Summer Issue illustrated with collage of fabric, playground slide, and cursive here

Segullah Volume 3.2 Summer 2007


Featured artist: Jacqui Larsen



cover of Spring Issue illustrated with children dipping feet in pool

Segullah Volume 3.1 Spring 2007


Featured artist: Jamie Wayman



cover of Fall Issue illustrated with mother holding child

Segullah Volume 2.2 Fall 2006

“Cleave Unto Charity”

Featured artist: Rose Datoc Dall



Segullah Volume 2.1 Spring 2006

“Women Proclaiming the Gospel”





Segullah Volume 1.2 Fall 2005

“Corridors of Change”

Featured artist: Claire Ferguson



Segullah Volume 1.1 Spring 2005

“The Measure of Creation”

Cover art by Victoria Holt

Index of all Authors 2005-present