The great-great-great-grandson of a Mormon apostle with more than forty wives, Christopher Kimball Bigelow served a mission in Melbourne, Australia, and worked as an editor at the LDS Church's Ensign magazine. A graduate of Emerson College and Brigham Young University, he cofounded and edited the Mormon literary magazine Irreantum and the satirical Mormon news source The Sugar Beet.
Books written, coauthored, or edited by Bigelow include Mormonism For Dummies, The Mormon Tabernacle Enquirer, Conversations with Mormon Authors, and The Timechart History of Mormonism. A Hodgkin's disease survivor and the oldest of ten siblings, he lives with his wife and five children in Provo, Utah.
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