Series: Fantasy Short Stories

Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Stories

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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The Desire of All Things: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (Uncommon Senses)
That Which is Hidden: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

That Which is Hidden: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

I stood up and doffed my hat, smiling as the steam train bringing my long-awaited sweetheart pulled into the station. When the doors to the passenger cars slammed open, a chill skittered up the back of my neck, and my smile faded. People poured out and scattered, stinking of fear. A few women were i... More info →
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Lord Giovanni’s Daughter: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (Uncommon Senses)
Songs for the Lost: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

Songs for the Lost: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story

The old bastard couldn’t even die quickly, so it was a relief when the angel of death appeared at the threshold.The creature hovered silently in the doorframe, head bowed, entreating entrance, its little wings fluttering like those of a dragonfly, keeping it at her eye level.Tirsa’s breath caugh... More info →
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Grimahlka: Digital Fantasy Fiction Short Story (DigitalFictionPub.com Fantasy Fiction Short Stories)

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