Long After Dark
In this collection of stories, a man struggles--literally--with his dead father. A housewife suffers from post-calling depression. The son of a polygamist comes to terms with the damage done by his upbringing. An unwed teen mother faces down her father. In these award-winning stories and a new novella, Todd Robert Petersen takes the reader on expeditions to Utah, Arizona, Brazil, Rwanda, and into the souls of twenty-first-century people caught between their humanity and faith.
Praise for Long After Dark
"Petersen's work shows an awareness of American literature of the past several decades. These stories are post-post-modern, post-ironic, post-political, post-911, post-Roth, post-Carver, post-Eggers, post-multicultural, post-realism."
William Morris from his March 3 2007 Review (link below)