Short Story (Flash Fiction) Of the Day, Auntie Cheeks by Renée Jessica Tan

Back then, any woman with white hair was an auntie, but no one could tell me how we were related. My dad said she came from my mom’s side, and my mom said she came from my dad’s. My parents rarely agreed about anything.

—-Renée Jessica Tan, Auntie Cheeks

 

Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas

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Auntie Cheeks by Renée Jessica Tan

from Flash Fiction Online

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