Seamlessly fusing Inuit dream magic with contemporary survivor guilt, Dreaming the Dark tells of a haunting and dangerous leakage between worlds where dreams (and nightmares) can become real.
The stories in this collection focus on the spaces and places we love and those we dread. Those we remember and those we imagine. Those we live in and those we die for.
Travel from the misty redwoods of California to a world paralyzed by the fear of darkness. From the canals of Venice to a building of infinite size to a house haunted by objects, and to a city whose streets are paved with faces.