That's a talk I gave in church back in May, now published in this:
They run a Sabbath pastoral section for Sacrament meeting talks. I spoke on Mother's Day (yes, Mother's Day. That was a bit of salt in a wound), and immediately afterwards Fara approached me about getting the talk in the Exponent.
I was asked to speak about "The Divine Nature of Women." Since I was loathe to perpetuate the patronizing "women are such wonderful, angelic creatures" hyperbole, I flipped a couple of words around and spoke instead about Frye's theory of green spaces in Shakespeare and how that could relate to the biblical story of Hagar.
I was particularly curious to see what they would pick for pull quotes.
Look at that! Words I wrote are centered between two columns. Woot!