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Monsters & Mormons

(2011)
Author(s): Theric Jepson
Terryl Givens
Illustrator: Brandon Dayton
Editor(s): Theric Jepson
Wm Morris
Publisher: Peculiar Pages
Pages: 510
Personal Rating: 0/10
Amazon: 4.5/5
Bindings:Paper Back
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Synopsis:
This collection of pulp fiction seeks to exploit rather than ignore the historical associations of Mormon deviance, supernaturalism, and strangeness—playful self-parody. The selections range from the comic and light-hearted to the poignant and provocative. But taken together they should remind readers everywhere of a wonderful truth: humor can be the best revenge.