Carol Lynn Pearson

Carol Lynn Pearson

Carol Lynn Pearson

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Carol Lynn Wright Pearson (b. 27 September 1939 in Salt Lake City, Utah)Winn, Steven. San Francisco Chronicle, 18 August 2007. Retrieved 27 January 2008. is an American poet, author, screenwriter, and playwright. Her parents were Lelland Rider Wright and Emeline Sirrine Wright. Her mother died of breast cancer when Carol Lynn was fifteen. Carol Lynn studied music and theater at Brigham Young University, where she won the award for Best Actress two years in a row.

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Pearson is probably best known for her book Goodbye, I Love You and the LDS musical My Turn On Earth. Her play Facing East, about a Mormon family dealing with the suicide of a gay son, opened Off Broadway on 29 May 2007. She also wrote One On The Seesaw, a lighthearted book about raising a family as a single parent.

Pearson's first book was the poetry collection, Beginnings, published in 1969. Her other works include

  • The Search (1970)
  • The Order is Love (1971)
  • Daughters of Light (1973)
  • Cipher in the Snow (screenplay) 1973
  • The Growing Season (1976)
  • The Flight and the Nest (1977)
  • A Widening View (1983)
  • Blow Out the Wishbone (1985)
  • Goodbye, I Love You: The Story of a Wife, Her Homosexual Husband, and a Love Honored For Time And All Eternity (1987) ISBN 1-55517-984-3
  • Lasting Peace (1990)
  • Mother Wove the Morning (1992)
  • Women I Have Known and Been (1993)
  • Picture Windows: A Carol Lynn Pearson Collection (1996)
  • Morning Glory Mother (1997)
  • The Lesson:...... ...
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