Press Forward Saints
Edited by D.J. Butler
Mormons have long called themselves a "peculiar people," a term that might with a straight face also be applied to steam-punks, those retrofuturist aficionados of nineteenth-century manners and fashion forward-fitted with phlogiston tanks, ether sails, and, above all, gears. Is it possible that these two peculiar tribes might have some common ground? This anthology, the third in a series from Immortal Works, explored the question with sixteen short stories. The authors are old hands and novices, Gentile and Mormon, young and old, but all have a story to tell about a character or a dilemma or a moment in time that is . . . in some sense . . . both steampunk and Mormon.