The Mormon Kama Sutra: 40th Anniversary Edition
by Cami Sue Truman
Revised and updated by Sister Dottie S. Dixon
All new illustrations by Pat Bagley
7″ x 6″
Perfect bound w/ cover flaps
THE MORMON KAMA SUTRA: 40TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
An instant LDS classic when it first came on the scene in the early ’70s, The Mormon Kama Sutra was a boon to a generation of newlyweds grappling with the concept of inserting tab A into slot B. The story of this monumental work begins in the mists of time and, after a brief layover in La Verkin, Utah, it was triumphantly introduced to the world by Cami Sue Truman in 1970. While never totally out of print, Sister Dottie S. Dixon, along with artist Pat Bagley, have endeavored to update this wonderful work and marvel. You have in your hands the 40th anniversary edition, revised and edited for latter-day 21st century sensibilities.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Sister Dottie S. Dixon is the star of both radio and stage. She is the past-president of the Spanish Fork PFLAG and the proud Mormon mother of a gay son, Donnie Dixon. Her KRCL Radio series, What Not, What Have Your and Such as That, launched her to celestial superstardom. Her award-winning one-woman show, The Passion of Sister Dottie S. Dixon, played to sold-out audiences in Salt Lake City. Undaunted by fame, Dottie still lives in her humble Spanish Fork home with her husband of 39 years, Donald Dixon.
Pat Bagley has been cartooning for The Salt Lake Tribune for thirty years. Among his many awards is the prestigious 2008 Herblock Prize.