Prose | Poetry | Photography

Many artists, famous or otherwise, have found inspiration for their work in dreams. Dreams, like art, operate in non-linear ways and use symbols, metaphors, associations and startling connections to create the image and move the action along. Although dreaming is shared by all people, it remains mysterious and challenging. We must use a different part of our brains to unlock the meaning of a dream, much as we are challenged to do by art. We hope you will enjoy this foray into dreamland by all our contributors to this issue of the Literary Gazette, enhanced by the dreamy photographs of Milford, PA photographer Norma Bernstock.

Literary Gazette 2011 is now online HERE!

Mary Greene
Section Editor


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