Neylan McBaine

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Neylan McBaine
Born 1970s
Manhattan, New York
Nationality American
Education Juilliard School (piano)
Alma mater Yale University (English literature)[1][non-primary source needed]
Spouse Elliot Smith
Children 3
Relatives Ariel Bybee McBaine (mother)
John Francis Neylan (great-grandfather)[2]

Neylan McBaine is a blogger and columnist at and She has been published in Newsweek, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Segullah, Meridian Magazine and The author of How to Be a Twenty-First Century Pioneer Woman (2008), McBaine founded and is the editor-in-chief of The Mormon Women Project.[3][4]



  • McBaine, Neylan (2009). How to be a Twenty-First Century Pioneer Woman. Lexington, Kentucky: ISBN 978-0-557-05647-7. 
  • —— (2013). Sisters Abroad: Interviews from the Mormon Women Project. Englewood, Colorado: Patheos Press. ISBN 9781939221179. 
  • —— (2014). Women at Church: Magnifying LDS Women's Local Impact. Salt Lake City: Greg Kofford Books. ISBN 1589586883. 


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  1. ^ McBaine, Neylan (Spring 2008). "Just Mom, Dad, and Me". Segullah 4.1. 
  2. ^ Laura Craner (January 26, 2012). "Emboldening Women (Through Identity): an interview with Neylan McBaine, founder of the Mormon Women Project". A Motley Vision. Retrieved 2015-03-05. 
  3. ^ McBaine, Neylan. "About Neylan". Retrieved April 29, 2011. 
  4. ^ Stack, Peggy Fletcher (September 28, 2010). "Mormon feminism: It’s back". Salt Lake Tribune. 
  5. ^ Neylan McBaine (August 2, 2012). "To Do the Business of the Church: A Cooperative Paradigm for Examining Gendered Participation Within Church Organizational Structure". FairMormon. Foundation for Apologetic Information and Research (FAIR). Retrieved 2015-03-05. 

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