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Why is my blog called Inhuman Swill? Because you can unscramble the pieces to make William Shunn.

Spoon: a baptism by immersion

Temporary Fandoms is a group for plunging into complete discographies, and for days, weeks, or on rare occasions, even months, listening exclusively to the work and evolution of a single artist. Starting Monday, I will be guest-curating a two-week immersion...  read

This 30-year-old article can't tell you what it's like to be a missionary

This Deseret News article from Saturday, February 28, 1987, can tell you all about what got me arrested earlier that week, but it can't tell you what it was actually like to be a reluctant 19-year-old Mormon missionary in the...  read

This article from 30 years ago today spoils everything about my memoir

Well, maybe not everything. This Salt Lake Tribune article from Saturday, February 28, 1987, may tell you the basics of the central plot elements, but it doesn't tell you what it was actually like to be a reluctant 19-year-old Mormon...  read

What was costly for me, you can read for a pittance

This was another headline 30 years ago today, when my days ahead looked fatter but my wallet was definitely thinner. But what was so costly for me, you can read about for a pittance. While supplies last, signed editions of...  read

This story cost me big, but you can get it for cheap

This was the headline 30 years ago today. I was, to my vast relief, a free man, but much poorer for the experience. But what cost me big, you can get for cheap. While supplies last, signed editions of my...  read

A foot soldier in God's army? Call me Private Idaho.

Today is 30 years to the day since a sentence was handed down in my trial on terrorism-related charges in Canada. If you're curious how things turned out, you have a few options: Purchase a signed copy of my memoir...  read

Free shipping on signed editions of my memoir, 30 years after my trial

Thirty years ago today, I went on trial in Provincial Court in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. How I got there and what came after is the subject of my memoir, The Accidental Terrorist: Confessions of a Reluctant Missionary. Now, three decades...  read

Signed editions of my memoir as low as $11.95, with free shipping!

It was 30 years ago today that my trial over charges stemming from a false bomb threat got underway in Provincial Court in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. A kid who didn't want to be a missionary in the first place was...  read

A book giveaway on the 30th anniversary of my bail hearing

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Saturday morning in Astoria, Queens

Nail salon workers Lined up in a row of five Taking a selfie ...  read
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