Review from Fenris #138


         Legendary zine-editor and guest of honor at last June’s Deep South Con Fiftieth Anniversary Bash, David Hulan, reviewed Jimmy Stu Lives  in the latest issue of his zine, Fenris. The review follows below:

Jimmy Stu Lives!, by Kent McDaniel, TPB in print now. This comes from a small press, Penumbra Publishing in Nashville, Tennessee so you probably won’t see it hyped much, or in most bookstores, but it’s available from Amazon or from the publisher (, and imho it’s well worth your buying it. Rev. James Stuart Sloan, best known as “Jimmy Stu,” is the founder and minister of the church of the Living Lord in Nashville, TN, and while he had started his ministry feeling a strong connection with God, as the years passed this feeling of connection dwindled and finally disappeared entirely.  After the death of his wife and three heart attacks, he feels the end…

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