Frequency by Claire Johnson

It was a rainy afternoon and a woman strolled into the Best-Buy. She wore a red rain-slicked poncho with black spots. It was another slow Thursday and she was the most exciting thing to come through the doors today; some of the staff joked she looked like a ladybug in her poncho. The little ladybug... Continue Reading →

Redemption by GMM Tapestry

A typical Saturday with the typical line-up at the local dry cleaners. He hadn’t planned to come today but with his schedule he had no choice. Waiting in queue he closed his eyes and was taken back to another place, another time, it was years before when his world had been focused on life and... 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 →

Gingerbread Kisses by Thomas Burton

The nightmare house is derelict and silent now. Its sugar-pane windows stare blindly through cataracts of cobwebs, damp patches blossoming like liver spots across its crumbling gables. No one home. But my hand still trembles as I push open the door, which wobbles like a rotten tooth in its warped candy-cane frame. The last time... 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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