In Dark Watch and other Mormon-American Stories, William Morris explores how Latter-day Saints navigate the challenges of living in the modern U.S. and participating in the modern Church. Spanning from the early 1980s to the present and into the next century, these 16 stories portray moments that are uniquely, thoroughly and sometimes bittersweetly Mormon-American.
NOTE: Proceeds from the sale of the collection will go to fund Mormon literature projects by William Morris and A Motley Vision. For more details on the collection see this A Motley Vision post.
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REVIEWS & PUBLICITY:
James Goldberg reviews Dark Watch at Mormon Midrashim
Doug Gibson review at The Standard-Examiner
Peculiarity, Assimilation and the Purposes of Mormon Literature (Scott Hales discusses the collection at Dawning of a Brighter Day, the blog of the Association for Mormon Letters)
The Intriguing Impossibility of Mormon-themed Near Future Science Fiction (William Morris guest post at By Common Consent)
Five Questions for William Morris about Dark Watch and Other Mormon-American Stories (with Scott Hales at Modern Mormon Men) + Extended interview with Scott Hales (Artistic Preaching)
Steve Evans includes Dark Watch and Other Mormon-American Stories in a mini-review roundup (By Common Consent)