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“an international journal, a small press and a community-based literature organisation. Located in the East Midlands, our events draw audiences from across the region and we are increasingly to be found at festivals across the country as the reputation of the magazine spreads. Take look at Dream Catcher Events for the latest details of what we’re up to.
Dream Catcher magazine offers contemporary readers a terrific mix of poetry, prose, artwork and reviews. Our contributors span the globe, making Dream Catcher a truly international magazine. Our aim is to make the very best of contemporary writing available to the most discerning of contemporary readers.
You’ll find back issues of Dream Catcher on our website. Take a look. The range of work is astonishing and whether you are a writer, a reader, an editor, teacher or librarian, we’re sure you’ll want to subscribe to this most readable of literary magazines. To help sustain and promote the journal and organisation Dream Catcher has joined forces with Stairwell Books based in York.
We’re interested in quality and diversity. We welcome poetry, short-stories, artwork, interviews and reviews. The poetry can be on any theme, it can be long or short, as well as translations. Short stories of around 2000 words or less will have a better chance for publication.
Of course the best way to discover what we like to publish is to read our magazine. There are extracts from recent issues elsewhere on this site but if you’d like to help Dream Catcher secure its place on the literary landscape why not become a subscriber? Just click here.
Dream Catcher is now accepting submissions for issue number 28 which will be published towards the end of 2013. The editorial committee will respond as soon as practicable.
How to submit
Please send your submissions by mail to:
Dream Catcher Submissions Coordinator
161 Lowther Street
York, YO31 7LZ
Alas! We cannot accept electronic submissions at this time.”
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