Dream Catcher is a writing arts journal for writers and readers. It publishes fiction, poetry, artwork, reviews, and contributors’ biographies.
Dream Catcher is published twice a year as two double-issues of around 180 pages, big enough to publish many submissions of varying length. Well-known writers that have appeared in Dream Catcher include: Jackie Kay, Joolz Denby, David Constantine, Ian Duhig, Ian McMillan, Fred Voss, Mimi Khalvati and Alistaire Paterson. Poet Mike Barlow, a regular contributor to Dream Catcher, won the 2007 National Poetry Competition.
Broadcaster and poet Ian McMillan 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...” Joolz Denby, short-listed for the Orange Prize in 2005, calls Dream Catcher "my favourite magazine"!