The Gay Mormon Quilter's Club
A gay quilting club in Salt Lake tries to win a contest using pornographic designs. A man tries to rebuild his life after being shot in the face by the wife of a man with whom he's having an affair. A college student becomes a false prophet to save his friends from disaster. A gay couple rejected by biological family painstakingly creates a new "chosen" family. "Johnny Townsend's stories are a gay 'Portnoy's Complaint' of Mormonism. Salacious, sweet, sad, insightful, insulting, religiously ethnic, quirky-faithful, and funny." (D. Michael Quinn, "Same-Sex Dynamics Among 19th-Century Americans: A Mormon Example")
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