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The Wire | Saguaro by Carson Mell



A quote from Carson Mell's (originally) self-published novel, Saguaro:

"So we took our mugs of gin and slipped out back to Andy's shed. We got up on top of it and chewed some peyote buttons, which is how you're supposed to take them. After a while we started to feel the way Syd Barret sings, and the shapes of the Zodiac started dipping down out of the sky, like God was back behind a sheet of purple latex pushing hard with cookie cutters."

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Posted by Brett Gregory on 14 March, 2017 Carson Mell, Saguaro, The Wire | 0 comments
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