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Tiny Nightmares: Very Short Stories of Horror

Tiny Nightmares: Very Short Stories of HorrorTiny Nightmares By Lincoln Michel (Ed.), Nadxieli Nieto (Ed.)

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Published by Black Balloon Publishing on October 13, 2020

Rating: three-stars

In this playful, spine-tingling collection, leading literary and horror writers spin unforgettably chilling tales in only a few pages. Tiny Nightmares brings to life broken-hearted vampires, Uber-taking serial killers, mind-reading witches, and monsters of all imaging, as well as stories that tackle the horrors of our modern world from global warming and racism to social media addiction and online radicalization. Writers such as Samantha Hunt, Brian Evenson, Jac Jemc, Stephen Graham Jones, Kevin Brockmeier, and Rion Amilcar Scott expand our understanding of horror fiction with inventive and blood-curdling new tales. We suggest reading with the hall light on and the bedroom door open just a crack.

This was a fun, quick read. Given the number of very short stories, it was an uneven collection for me as I really enjoyed a small number of stories, thought most of them were good, and disliked a small number. 

But I enjoyed the variety of stories here and the fun format, and if you’re in the mood for horror, this is worth a read!


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