"I wrote this book to ask a girl to marry me. It contains instructions on how to build a blackcurrant bath bong, and features a talking fanny... and she still said 'yes'."
Set in and around the cities of New York, Mexico, and Caracas, Queer Fish in God’s Waiting Room is a cautionary tale for elder brothers and their new girlfriends. Steeped in the traditions of Hemingway and Richard Brautigan, it follows three young slackers, illustrating the value of revelry, relationships, and having a repertoire of unbeatable stories to tell. Queer Fish in God’s Waiting Room is a brilliantly written, often surreal, always heartfelt comedy. In this new recording, Adrian Pasdar (Heroes) perfectly captures Lee Henshaw’s cult novel in all its foul-mouthed, drug-fuelled, philosophical and romantic glory.
©2008 Lee Henshaw (P)2011 Lee Henshaw
"Like some stoned new Kerouac... simply brilliant." (Dom Joly)
"Distinctive and engaging." (The Guardian)
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