W. P. Johnson is a musician and a writer. His short fiction has been published by Kraken Press, One Buck Horror, Dark House Books, Pulp Modern, K-zine, Pseudopod, Fox Spirit Books, Shroud, Blight Digest, Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing, Spark, Thunderdome Press, and Pantheon Magazine. He lives and works in Philadelphia and is currently seeking representation.
A Lolita fashion designer tries to get her life back on track after the death of her mother, only to become obsessed with the enigmatic Dream Dress, a brand so exclusive, girls that apply for the privilege to wear them disappear soon after.
In a quiet rural town, a father and son try to live normal lives after the five year anniversary of their mother's death, only their lives are anything but normal.