These fourteen tales of gay Mormons reveal abominable yet delightful secrets. A man obsessed with gargoyles battles his own subhuman attitudes on Halloween. A gay couple steals from the rich to provide for their favorite charities. A celibate 38-year-old dates a promiscuous porn reviewer. A schizophrenic man accustomed to hearing voices suddenly starts to receive real revelations. There are as many gay Mormon stories to tell as there are gay Mormons, and this collection gives us just a taste of the rich source of life this unique segment of Mormonism offers.
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About the Author
Johnny Townsend earned an MFA in fiction writing from Louisiana State University. He has published in Newsday, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Humanist, The Progressive, Glimmer Train, The Massachusetts Review, Sunstone, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, and in the anthology In Our Lovely Deseret: Mormon Fictions.