Jeff Sharlet: The title of Darcey Steinke’s new memoir is Easter Everywhere, and her 1997 breakthrough novel was called Jesus Saves. Last year, she published a short novella, also religious, called Milk. Judged by titles alone, Steinke’s ouevre might seem like that of a particularly wholesome Sunday school teacher. But take another look: Jesus Saves is the story of a child molester with a girl in his clutches. The heroes of Milk are a gay priest and woman dangerously obsessed with her own child. And in Easter Everywhere, Steinke connects scenes from the dislocated life of a hipster writer drawn toward the subjects of sex and God — natural fascinations, perhaps, for the child of a depressed beauty queen and an intellectually frustrated Lutheran minister…. More at Nerve.com.