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Book of Mormon Creators Toast Kevin Morris on Literary Debut

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Anne Garefino, Kevin Morris, James Frey, Matt Stone
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Matt Stone (South Park, The Book of Mormon), Anne Garefino (co-executive producer of South Park, The Book of Mormon) and author James Frey gathered together this week at a party in New York to toast The Book of Mormon co-producer Kevin Morris on his literary debut with White Man’s Problems.

The self-published title came out earlier this year on Amazon. The book includes nine short stories, each one about a different man ”whose outward success masks inner turmoil that complicates their lives and often baffles those around them.”

Check it out: “Stories such as ‘Mulligan’s Travels,’ about an LA banker’s uncelebrated return home from New York, and ‘White Man’s Problems,’ the comedic chronicle of a dubious father on a school trip to Washington, DC, exemplify Kevin Morris’s poignant, clever, and entirely entertaining style.”

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The Book of Mormon: The Complete Book and Lyrics of the Broadway Musical Out Today

Newmarket Press has released The Book of Mormon: The Complete Book and Lyrics of the Broadway Musical today.

This book will be the only official companion book of the theatrical production. It features 128 pages and 28 color photos. To date, The Book of Mormon has received 14 Tony Award nominations.

Here’s more from the press release: “The Book of Mormon: The Complete Book and Lyrics of the Broadway Musical includes: a foreword by journalist Mark Harris (author of Pictures at a Revolution); an original introduction by the authors [Trey ParkerRobert Lopez, and Matt Stone] on the genesis of the show; a production history; and the complete book and lyrics, with four-color spot illustrations throughout.”