Series: Fantasy Short Stories

Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Stories

Where Angels Fear to Lunch: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (DigitalFictionPub.com Fantasy Fiction Short Stories)
Salt and Sand: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

Salt and Sand: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

The blood-orange sun was slumping towards the western horizon when the funeral boat came ashore, groaning in defeat as it crested onto the sand. Saesa had watched the boat throughout the day, tracking its slow progress in between settling her other visitors. The little boat had teased her, coming cl... More info →
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Something Rich and Strange: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (Uncommon Senses)

Something Rich and Strange: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (Uncommon Senses)

Something Rich and Strange Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story Mike Reeves-McMillan Uncommon Senses Book 1 More info →
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What Now, Callisthenes: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

What Now, Callisthenes: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

Why would the king’s sister venture through the slums of Babylon, oh fair Thessalonike? You slip out of the palace, clad in a man’s clothes, while Alexander, your brother and king, lies feverish in his bed. And I, less than a man but more than a shadow, float in your hurried wake through dark al... More info →
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The Beast of the Bosporus: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (Uncommon Senses)

The Beast of the Bosporus: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (Uncommon Senses)

The Beast of the Bosporus Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story Uncommon Senses Book 2 By Matthew W. Quinn More info →
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The Most Remarkable Experimental Filmmaker the World Has Ever Known: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

The Most Remarkable Experimental Filmmaker the World Has Ever Known: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

Nearly every afternoon, when the weather was agreeable, the loving, devoted couple would meet and stroll down to the harbour, less than a five-minute walk from their workplaces—she at a gift shop where she was a salesclerk and he at an office building where he had a janitorial job—and sit on a w... More info →
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There Is a Season: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (Uncommon Senses)
The Grammarians’ Grimoire: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

The Grammarians’ Grimoire: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

Shirley picked it up at a Sunday rummage sale at the Waterford Library. It was so old and worn that the title had been rubbed away. She imagined it was a children’s book, because of its detailed and colorful illustrations. Shirley thought this was one in the series of color-named fairytale books s... More info →
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The Family Spirit: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (Uncommon Senses)
Lost in the Tarnished Cube: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

Lost in the Tarnished Cube: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

Danai broke the sky when her birds didn’t return home. Crystalline shards the size of war banners fell from the grayish-black clouds that, until that point, had smelled like rain. What replaced it was the smell of a long-forgotten attic.She huddled under the carnifex tree, rocking on her rear and ... More info →
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Toward Inevitable Dawn: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (Uncommon Senses)

Toward Inevitable Dawn: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (Uncommon Senses)

Toward Inevitable Dawn Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story An Uncommon Senses Short Story by Brandon Nolta More info →
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Rindelstein’s Monsters: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

Rindelstein’s Monsters: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

“The common term is lycanthropy; or, if you really want to descend to the level of the pitchfork-wielding masses, werewolfism. But this clinic, this sanatorium for the therianthropically impaired, is a scientific establishment.”I stare at him, trying vaguely to hide my contempt. Is he joking? Si... More info →
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