Tiny Nightmares

Tiny Nightmares

Very Short Stories of Horror


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  • Tiny Nightmares is the second thrilling installment in a series of flash-fiction anthologies edited by Lincoln Michel and Nadxieli Nieto, following Tiny Crimes, an anthology of crime and mystery flash fiction and a finalist for the Shirley Jackson Award
  • Appealing to both readers of genre fiction as well as readers of literary fiction, Tiny Nightmares is an anthology for fans of the movie “Get Out,” the stories of Carmen Maria Machado, the novels of Stephen King, CreepyPasta stories on Reddit, and of course, lovers of excellent flash fiction
  • Tiny Nightmares is unified by the satisfying compactness of these “very short stories,” and encompasses everything from traditional horror (ghosts, monsters, vampires) to all-to-real world horrors we face every day (police shootings, climate change, misogyny)—mixed with a good dose of dry humor
  • Featuring 40 short stories by a mix of literary and horror writers, including Brian Evenson, Samantha Hunt, Stephen Graham Jones, Kevin Brockmeier, Rion Amilcar Scott, Shelly Oria, and more, Tiny Nightmares will appeal to readers of multiple genres and enjoy the support of all the contributors’ fanbases
  • Tiny Nightmares will make a perfect gift for horror lovers of all kinds, literary fiction and short story readers, students of writing, and more
  • Edited by the well connected writers and literary citizens Lincoln Michel and Nadxieli Nieto, both based in NYC; acquired by Leigh Newman

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