Carolyn Campbell
Carolyn Campbell

Carolyn Campbell

Campbell has been writing for City Weekly since the 1980s. Her insightful pieces have won awards from the Society of Professional Journalists chapters in Utah and Colorado.

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  • Pride Issue 2018

      The most fabulous issue of the year is here.
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  • Loretta's Justice

    45 years later, cold murder case in rural Utah heats up.
      Heidi Jones-Asay was 4 years old the day she found her mother dead, lying in a pool of blood. For the next four decades, she kept the fire alive to find the killer.
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  • Days of the Dead

    Ghostly welcome parties, chatty spirits, haunted dolls: Mediums, spirit guides and morticians tell all.
      Death is indeed a great mystery. At any possible moment, a person can die. The scary part is they never know when—or, even scarier, how—it will happen.
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  • Trans in Utah

    For many, living a life true to themselves is a daily struggle.
      He’s still becoming accustomed to looking another man in the eye while shaking hands.
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  • Proud

    The Pride issue 2016
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  • Just Divorced

    Navigating the twists and turns of uncoupling in Utah.
  • Ripped & Ravaged

    "Happily ever after" does not figure into this torrid tale of Utah romance novelists
      When reviewers told LDS romance novelist Rachel Nunes that a book titled The Auction Deal, scheduled for release in August 2014, seemed suspiciously similar to hers, she was sure it was a mistake.
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  • Rules of Engagement

    A devout Mormon and an evangelical street preacher exchange words near Temple Square. Next thing you know, they're dining together on roadkill
      In 2007, Bryan Hall was almost finished filming his documentary, Us and Them: Religious Rivalry in America. He still didn't know how to end the film.
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  • The Murderer's Mistress

    Gypsy Willis’ affair with a married doctor led her to scandal, jail and a role as a celebrity witness at his trial
      When Gypsy Willis received a text from her married lover that said he'd just lost his wife, she had no idea what it meant. "I didn't have any idea what he was talking about," she says. "I joked back, asking if she had gone for a walk or something. I felt terrible and was in utter shock when he told me she had died."
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No Good Choice No Good Choice Why Rusty Speake gave up her adopted daughter. March 09, 2011
Split Personalities Split Personalities Utahns living a dual life May 16, 2012
The Rainbow Bridge The Rainbow Bridge A band of Mormons rally to keep gays from leaving the fold August 08, 2012
Taking it Off Taking it Off Exotic dancing can be a grind November 07, 2012
Disposable Dad Disposable Dad Even With Court-ordered Visitation Rights, This Divorced Father Still Got Dumped By His Kids. April 24, 2013
Days of the Dead Days of the Dead Ghostly welcome parties, chatty spirits, haunted dolls: Mediums, spirit guides and morticians tell all. October 19, 2016

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