Dream Catcher is an international arts journal, which offers contemporary readers a terrific mix of poetry, prose, artwork and reviews. Our contributors span the globe, making Dream Catcher a truly international magazine. Dream Catcher’s eclecticism is its strength. The range of literary styles is wide and what began as a magazine for student writers has become a discerning publication keen to attract new work from wherever it might emerge, aimed at readers wherever they might be.
You will 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.
A magazine that never changes is a stagnant entity. We now have a relationship with a cutting edge art gallery, According to McGee, who help us to chose new and exciting art which enriches each issue and provides the cover. We are working with the Sound’s Lyrical Project to link poets with composers to develop a new impetus for classical song, a genre for which Britain is highly regarded, and we are looking at how Dream Catcher can work effectively with all areas of the performing and visual arts, and along the way draw in a new readership.
Located in York, our events draw audiences from acrwendy photo 13oss the region and we are increasingly to be found at festivals across the country as the reputation of the magazine spreads.