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Water Landing by Jonathan Slusher


Water Landing by Jonathan Slusher

How many of us move through life on auto-pilot, our youthful dreams and ambitions somehow forgotten in the daily grind? Approaching middle age, outnumbered and surrounded by the hoards of a meaningless existence, one man finally took a stand... All I recall is that she didn't taste like anything. Like water, I realized in mid-kiss: not sweet, exotic, or intense in any way. Just water: tasteless, essential, and two thirds of my consistency. -Luke Kettle

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Publication date

16th August 2009


Jonathan Slusher

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Cow Chip Press


228 pages


Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)



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