Flash Audio Series: “Another Plastic Buddha”

The Flash Audio Series features audio versions of stories published on our site. In this segment of our series, James William Gardner reads “Another Plastic Buddha.”

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About James William Gardner

A native of Southwest Virginia, James William Gardner writes extensively about the contemporary American south. The writer explores aspects of southern culture often overlooked: the downtrodden, the impoverished and those marginalized by society. His work has been nominated for the 2016 Pushcart Prize. Gardner is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and lives in Roanoke, Virginia. His work has appeared in numerous publications including Deep South Magazine, Newfound Journal and The Virginia Literary Journal.