- 3 images from "Stories of the Book of Mormon manuscript," about 1946
- scrapbook containing comic strips from "Stories of the Book of Mormon," which ran from 1947-1953
- undated self-portrait
Phil Dalby was a 20th musician, author, artist, and academic. In the 1940s, he painted watercolor scenes from the Book of Mormon comic to the Church News. The Church News did eventually run a black and white comic called Stories of the Book of Mormon, which Dalby wrote and illustrated from 1947 to 1953.
Stephen Carter and Jett Atwood
- iPlates, vol. 1, 2012
- iPlates: Alma in the Wilderness, 2014
Stephen Carter is an essayist who is currently the Director of Publications and Editor of Sunstone. He holds an MFA in creative writing and a PhD in narrative studies.
Jett Atwood is an animator and cartoonist living in San Francisco, California. She is a regular contributor to Sunstone.
In 2012, Carter and Atwood collaborated to release the first volume of iPlates. They ran a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2013 to fund their second volume. Two mini-volumes were released in early 2014, with the full second volume planned for release in late 2014.
- "Lehi PokéMon Master," 2014
- "Ask It If Ishmael's Daughter Likes My Furry Vest," 2014
- "Abinadi before King Zaius," 2014
Matt Page is a graphic designer, illustrator, and humor writer based in Salt Lake City. Many of his works are mash-ups of Mormon culture and modern pop culture.