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Cheerleaders from Gomorrah

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Above all else, the characters in John Rember's second book of stories value hedonism, physical beauty, and athletic prowess. They attempt to ski, run, bicycle, ride, dance, and copulate their way to salvation. But readers of the Old Testament and The Book of Morman will also recognize that Rember's people live in places watched over by an unforgiving God, a God unamused b ...more
Paperback, 125 pages
Published October 28th 1993 by Confluence Press (first published October 1993)
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John Rember is a fourth-generation Idahoan. Recurring themes in his writing include the meaning of place, the impact of tourism on the West, and the weirdness of everyday life.

His books include the memoir Traplines: Coming Home to Sawtooth Valley (Vintage: 2004), and two collections of short stories, Cheerleaders from Gomorrah: Tales from the Lycra Archipelago (Confluence: 1994) and Coyote in the
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