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Dream Catcher 16

Published by Dream Catcher

ISBN: 9780954501570

£8.00
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Dream Catcher is a writing arts journal for writers and readers. It publishes fiction, poetry, artwork, reviews, contributors' biographies. Being published in magazines such as Dream Catcher is often the first step in a writer's career. Agents, publishers look out for authors appearing in small press magazines. You will find famous and unknown authors side by side!

Magazines such as Dream Catcher are invaluable for writers to find first and new outlets; invaluable for readers who want to discover challenging, innovative, fresh and unique fiction and poetry from around the world. Broadcaster and poet Ian Millan says: 'A magazine like Dream Catcher excites me much more than rows of paperback spines in a bookshop, because these magazines are the real engine room of new writing...'

From the USA Mario Susko says of the new issue: 'This is not just an issue but rather a little panorama of recent writings, something, I believe, that makes Dream Catcher a different type of journal. It's really impressive, and you do have truly relevant writers in it.'

16 is full of excellent fiction and poetry. Catherine Smith's story House (from the first line a gem of observation); she has already eighteen plays published, two for BBC Radio 4, and a PBS recommendation for her first full collection to her name.

Jonathan Attrill's Darker than Fairytales (mysterious & terrifying); winner of the London Writers Competition (2004). Poet, David Constantine's Back There - seductively simple but darkly intriguing, demands many re-readings.

Award-winning American-Croatian Mario Susko continues his chronicle of poems about the aftermath of Croatian-Bosnian war with Reclaiming Life.

Dream Catcher welcomes and presents all forms of poetry and prose to celebrate cultural diversity of the UK and the world.

Joolz Denby short-listed for the Orange Prize (2005) calls Dream Catcher 'my favourite magazine.'

Poet Antony Dunn celebrates Dream Catcher as democratic and ambitious.

T F Griffin says of issue 16 - 'Excellent Stuff!'

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