Andrew is joined by authors Dave (D. J.) Butler and William Morris, to discuss their recent “strange Mormon fiction”. Dave introduces The Jupiter Knife, the second volume of his co-authored Hiram Woolley series, about a Mormon “cunning man,” who uses magic and faith to do detective work and battle against monsters and deceivers in 1930s Utah. William introduces The Darkest Abyss: Strange Mormon Stories, his collection of short fiction written in a wide variety of speculative genres, including alternate history, high fantasy, science fiction, and more. They discuss their ideas on reimagining the past, present, and future of Mormonism, including the experience of spiritual gifts, in new and unexpected ways.