I’m back! After a few weeks working with the print side of Bohemia, I am excited to be back to the blog.
Bohemia‘s spring issue (now accepting submissions) is themed around dream worlds and dreamscapes. Literature and dreams are deeply rooted in each other, each relying heavily on images and multiple layers of consciousness to weave a narrative. Take, for instance, Carl Sandberg’s poem:
In this poem, Sandberg places his dreamscape at dusk. He adorns his dreamscape with colours (gray, dark), tears, and lost days, to draw the reader into his dream. When you think of your dreams, what physical place do you put them in? What object or landscape draws you into your dreamworld every time?
Get your poems and prose in to Amanda at email@example.com!