Arianne B. Cope is a Latter-day Saint novelist.
Cope has been a recipient of the Marilyn Brown Novel Award from the Association for Mormon Letters for her novel The Coming of Elijah. This novel has been criticized for its portrayal of the LDS Church's Indian Placement Program.
Cope has also been the editor of the Tremonton Ledger, a newspaper published in Tremonton, Utah.
- See, e.g., Arianne B. Cope, "The Eight-Cow Ring", New Era, October 2004.
- Cindy Yurth, "Former LDS placement students take issue with novel", Navajo Times.
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