I've asked this a few different forums and haven't found an answer, and Goolgle is completely useless. I figured there are enough seasoned readers here that maybe someone can help.
I'm trying to find a short story I read back in high school. It's a very Ray Bradbury-like story, but it could have been another author. I mention Bradbury since the ending to "The Illustrated Man" really reminded me of this old story. I'm fairly certain (but not positive, at least not anymore) that the title is "Mason's Dream". It's about lucid dreaming. When the main character realizes he's having a lucid dream, he go around and asks the characters in his dream for contact information and such, trying to figure out if people in his dream are real people who are also dreaming.
It's a really neat story that I'd love to go back and read, but I can't find any info about it. Google only gives me stuff about freemasons and lucid dreaming in general. To make it worse, the book I had in school had its cover ripped off so I don't even know the name of the text.