Glen Nelson

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Glen Nelson is a poet, librettist, publisher, writer, and a ghostwriter of several New York Times nonfiction bestsellers. He is the founder of New York City's Mormon Artists Group.[1]

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Mormon Arts Center Festival[edit]

With Richard Bushman, Nelson cofounded the Mormon Arts Center Festival. The first was held in 2017 from June 29 to July 1 and included, among other events, a keynote address from Terryl Givens and a singalong with Craig Jessop.[2]

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  1. ^ Glen Nelson interviewed by Randy Astle, May 2012; accessed Oct 18, 2013.
  2. ^ Mormon Art in New York by Glen Nelson. By Common Consent. May 2, 2017. Accessed May 3, 2017.

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