The past few years have been wonderful for weird microfiction on Twitter, Tumblr, and beyond. At the forefront is Uel Aramchek’s North of Reality, an archive of snippets exploring cosmology, theophagy, the flickery bounds of existence, forgotten corners of the world, and so much more.
Each piece probes the nature and properties of some anomaly, raising further questions in the process. There are running themes and worlds in intersecting chains, listed here, and each piece ends with links to related topics. I’ve spent so many afternoons immersed in brilliantly weird fiction.
If you like the Twilight Zone, ontological puzzles, or genuinely fresh and weird fiction, check it out.