Life, the Universe, & Everything XVI

Deep Thoughts: Proceedings of Life, the Universe, & Everything XVI covers the keynote addresses and academic papers presented from March 12–14, 1998 at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. The contents are as follows:

  • “On Imagination and Faith” by Dr. Van C. Gessel
  • “Creating Old Favorites: What Makes a Classic? Thoughts on How We Create Memorable Fiction” by Sherwood Smith
  • “Why (I Hope That) the Nazi Fascination with Norse Myth Was a Poor Fit” by Sandra Ballif Straubhaar
  • “One Brief, Shining Moment: Camelot, Arthur, and Nauvoo” by Lee Allred
  • “Sensing the Alien Mind: Sensory Processing and the Concept of the Alien” by Elizabeth Moon
  • “The Use of the Mythic and the Fantastic in Cynthia Ozick’s Fiction” by Batia Boe Stolar

Edited by Marny K. Parkin and Steve Setzer. Originally published through LTU&E, Provo, Utah. ISSN 1073-4864.