Working Late by Lisa Brand

  You’re sitting at your desk, grading test you should have passed out today in class like you had promised your students, but you’d decided to watch hockey the night before and leave the work for later. Now it’s later and here you are, still awake at almost midnight, and trying to get these grades... Continue Reading →

The Monster Within by Aurora Bishop

Janet placed her hand on her stomach and smiled at her husband. After years of battling infertility, they knew they would have a chance to hold their very own bundle of joy very soon. It was all she’d ever hoped for: her very own nuclear family. Todd smiled back at her. “How’s the baby today?”... Continue Reading →

Stabbed Pages by Anonymous

"Good night." She whispered to me, her sweet voice cradling me into a deep slumber. "Good night," I whispered back, letting sleep take me away. The creak of the bed as she left my side and another, louder one as she climbed into her own bed at the other side of the room. Then her... Continue Reading →

2 Weeks Until Publication!

Thanks to everyone who has submitted their amazing work to Dreaming in Fiction! It's been incredible to explore the many creative worlds and words from our contributors. In just TWO WEEKS, we will officially launch with our first short story. There's a lot of great stuff in store for readers: scifi, fairytales, horror, mysteries, and... Continue Reading →

Launching July 2020!

Thanks to everyone who has already submitted to Dreaming in Fiction! We've been honored and overwhelmed by the generous selection. Since we've already received so many great submissions, we've decided to push our launch date up to July 2020! This project will be ongoing, so we're still encouraging flash fiction and short story submissions! These... Continue Reading →

Now Open to Submissions!

Dreaming in Fiction is open to submissions! We accept short stories and flash fiction from any genre and are looking to showcase new and emerging authors from around the globe. We love everything from horror to romance to mysteries and even re-imagined fairytales. Does your story struggle to fit in just one box? We love genre-blends... Continue Reading →

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