Poetry. Flash Fiction. 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.
Adam Peterson is the co-editor of The Cupboard, a quarterly prose chapbook series. He is the author of THE FLASHER (SpringGun Press, 2012) and MY UNTIMELY DEATH (Subito Press, 2008), and his writing can be found in Alaska Quarterly Review, Cincinnati Review, Indiana Review, The Southern Review, and elsewhere. He is originally from Nebraska and currently lives in Houston, Texas.
Author City: HOUSTON, TX USA