Cheryl Anne Gardner at Synaesthesia Magazine — Origami

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Synaesthesia MagazineWhen he was five, his Dad would take him to the sawmill. When he got older, he’d take him to the carnival peep shows, and then later, to the whorehouses. Those flashes of small town nipples and heads bobbin in the dark made him feel like he was someplace else — dark and greasy — someplace he’d never think to get to on his own. Come journey to the Southern Plains in Cheryl Anne Gardner’s latest flash fiction selection titled Origami now featured in “Americana” by Synaesthesia Magazine.

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