| Under the editorship of prizewinning poet Paul Sutherland, Dream Catcher has grown from a small college magazine based in York to a high quality literary arts publication available throughout the UK, with subscribers and contributors across the globe. Dream Catcher is now a recognised national magazine. In it you will find poetry, short fiction, reviews and art work, an eclectic mix of contemporary work for contemporary readers.|
Here's what some poets have said about us:
"Democratic and ambitious" - poet Anthony Dunn
"Intelligence and independence of mind" - poet Sebastian Barker
One subscriber says: "I don't usually take
an interest in literary magazines but
Dream Catcher caught me."
Dream Catcher is published twice a year
and among the well-known writers we
have been proud to publish are: Jackie
Kay, Joolz Denby, David Constantine,
Ian Duhig, Ian McMillan, Fred Voss,
Mimi Khalvati, Myra Schneider, Tony
Flynn, Mario Susko, Catherine Smith
and Alistaire Paterson.
Dream Catcher has branched out into different areas of literature (book publishing, literature events and workshops).
Dream Catcher can be purchased electronically through www.inpressbooks.co.uk or directly from our own website www.dreamcatchermagazine.co.uk
On our website you'll find up to date details of forthcoming Dream Catcher events as well as extracts from the current and recent issues. It will also give you advice on how to make a submission and give you details of some bookshops that stock Dream Catcher.
|Dream Catcher is a non profit making voluntary art organisation and gratefully acknowledges the support of the Arts Council.
|Cheques should be made payable to Dream Catcher and sent to:
4 Church St
Subscription rates (including p&p):
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|We welcome a vast range of submissions from well known and unknown writers. 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. Most short-stories are about 2000 words, but there are exceptions. If it's long and good it will be published. See issue 10 and 12 for examples.|