Award in Short Story, Association for Mormon Letters, 1991: "Fillerup's stories are often about Mormonism in that direct way that subverts probity with good intention-or would, if the writing were any less wary, or any less open to complication, misgiving, ambush. His characters find themselves marginalized in a culture already marginal, where what they do and are is sustained by religious commitment, and religious commitment is imperiled precisely by what they find themselves doing. Faith, in these stories, is a terrible gift. "Lost and Found" is a hard-nosed, rawly detailed, icily coercive read. And ends however improbably still quite believably in magic. In revelation."