The Flasher by Adam Peterson
Adam Peterson’s The Flasher explores the oddity and myth of being an individual in sixty cross genre micro-narratives. The flasher character is a product of his own sensitive disposition—his desire for connection, his fear of abandonment, nudity and isolation. He projects these anxieties onto a woman baker in dramatic fashion.
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Adam Peterson is the co-editor of The Cupboard, and the author of The Flasher, My Untimely Death, and, with Laura Eve Engel, [SPOILER ALERT]. His short fiction can be found in The Kenyon Review, Indiana Review, The Normal School, The Southern Review, and elsewhere. Originally from Nebraska, he currently lives in Houston, Texas.
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