The Segullah Group is a non-profit organization of literary and visual artists, editors, and designers devoting their time and talents for the public good.
Our mission is to produce and promote literary works which enhance the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.
Our publications are designed to foster a sense of community, provide meaningful information, and inspire positive feelings and actions.
Segullah, a journal of personal writings by Latter-day Saint women. This literary journal is published three times yearly and features narratives and other personal essays, poetry, historical and theological writings, and visual art and photography.
Gifts: How Children with Down Syndrome Have Enriched Our Lives. This book-length collection of personal stories written by parents of children with Down syndrome describes the gifts of respect, strength, delight, perspective, and love that these children bring to the world. Now available to order from Woodbine House.
Gifts 2: How People with Down Syndrome Enrich the World, the follow-up to the bestselling Gifts, presents a broader perspective on Down syndrome and life by including passionate stories by siblings, grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles, as well as mothers of older children. Friends, teachers, medical professionals, and coaches also share the joys of knowing and caring for someone with Down syndrome.
Available to order from the publisher Woodbine House or through Amazon.com and other booksellers.
The Mother In Me: Real-World Reflections on Growing Into Motherhood. The Mother in Me is a collection of more than forty essays and poems, each one offering a personal and intimate view of motherhood. Some of the selections in the book are humorous, others thoughtful, others poignant. Our purpose is to celebrate this season, to illustrate its unique challenges and delights, to reveal its deep significance.
published by Deseret Book.
Dance With Them: Thirty Stumbling Mothers Share Glimpses of Grace. Enjoyable as a sequel to The Mother in Me as well as a stand-alone volume, this anthology of personal essays and poetry begins on the first notes of middle childhood and concludes with the finale of high school graduation. Its pages explore a wide variety of turning points that come in the outward motion of family life and the inward dynamics of personal growth. To be sure, the dance of motherhood is often more of a stumble. But with candor, insight, and the bittersweet inspiration Segullah writers are known for, these thirty contributing authors convincingly show that even the clumsiest of dancers have moments of grace.