Here's how I was quoted:
Scott Vanatter said chiasmus follows a set thematic pattern called "Davidic Chiasmus and Parallelisms" after King David who was a symbol of Christ. Vanatter overlaid this particular pattern on a wide range of literature from the Declaration of Independence, Gettysburg Address and Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream Speech" to Mormon sacramental prayers, the King Follett Discourse of Joseph Smith and the LDS Church's "The Family: A Proclamation to the World."
"Chiasmus speaks to the reader," Vanatter said, " … whether they have awareness of these patterns or not."
(See the Deseret News here, http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700066633/Chiasmus-everywhere-everywhere-chiasmus.html; or see the Mormon Times here, http://www.mormontimes.com/article/17284/Chiasmus-everywhere-everywhere-chiasmus)
*For the website on the conference, Discoveries in Chiasmus: A Pattern in All Things, click here, http://discoveriesinchiasmus.com/. For my website on Davidic Chiasmus and Parallelisms click here, http://www.davidicchiasmus.com/.