Canyons of Grace
by Levi S. Peterson
Paperback / 144 pages / 0-941214-26-5 / $8.95
Peterson describes, in anthology of short stories, the comic harassment of a stake president by a member of his stake, a young Mormon missionary’s discovery that he is attracted to other men, and a young woman who has caught the eye of a southern Utah polygamist.
Levi S. Peterson, Professor of English Emeritus, Weber State University, lives in Issaquah, Washington. His works include the novel, Apen Marooney; The Backslider; two anthologies of short stories, The Canyons of Grace and Night Soil; an award winning biography, Juanita Brooks: Mormon Woman Historian; and his own autobiography, A Rascal by Nature, A Christian by Yearning. He is past editor of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought.