Dream Catcher

Dream Catcher is a twice-yearly literary journal and local publisher. Canadian poet Paul Sutherland is Dream Catcher editor. 


Dream Catcher is an established national writing journal for readers and writers. 

You’ll find great stories, poems and artwork plus reviews and biographies of contributors. 

You’ll discover unknown and famous authors. Its poets have been short-listed for Forward Poetry Prize. 

Dream Catcher is often the first step in a writer’s ascent to recognition. 

It is invaluable for readers who want new, 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.” 

Joolz Denby prize-winning novelist and poet calls Dream Catcher: “my favourite magazine!”

Novelist and subscriber Sally Spedding praises Dream Catcher as: “wonderful – a vast range of writings from around the world and great visuals. Dream Catcher is an open door to new talent!!” 

Dream Catcher welcomes and presents all forms of fine poetry and prose and celebrates the diverse ways of expression from around the world. 

Dream Catcher is a non-profit publication, supported by grants from Arts Council of England and Lincolnshire County Council, and from subscriptions and sales. 

Dream Catcher is sponsored by Octagon Technology in Lincoln and is published in Lincoln. 

Visit www.poetrymagazines.org.uk for further information.