Announcing the First Ever Dreamers Magazine
When the package with the first printed proof arrived, I was afraid to open it. Creating an electronic file is one thing, but seeing it in print for the first time makes it real.
This magazine is a big deal for me. I’ve been dreaming about Dreamers as a writing business for years, ever since my Dad’s gallery (Dreamers Gallery) closed. Dreamers Creative Writing is thriving, thanks to people like you, but this magazine is important to the future of our business; it has to be successful.
I eventually did open that first printed copy (after my husband said, “come on, just open it!”) and it’s beautiful. I’m so proud of all the writers who’ve poured their hearts onto our pages. I’m also proud of my team for the effort they put in to bring it to life.
So now it’s your turn. Reading our magazine is a gift to the writers who worked so hard to make it a reality. Will you buy it? Prices start at only $5.99 CAD and there are 4 options: a single print copy, a print subscription, a single digital copy, or a digital subscription.
Print subscribers can also look forward to extra gifts in the mail. : -)
This magazine has so much great content inside!
- An exclusive interview with author, Angie Abdou, a CBC Canada Reads finalist.
- The winning poem and 6 honourable mentions from our 2018 HAIKU Contest.
- A list of 73 amazing literary places to submit your writing.
- A selection of 15+ heartfelt poems and stories.
If you decide to make a purchase, then on behalf of the entire Dreamers team, thank you!
About the Author – Kat McNichol
Kat McNichol is the Editor-in-Chief of Dreamers Creative Writing and the Co-Editor for the Journal of Integrated Studies. She is also a Director of Marketing-Communications in Waterloo and has spent the past 15 years writing marketing copy for the high-tech industry. She holds a B.A. in English Literature, and an MAIS in Writing and New Media, and Literary Studies, and she is working on a PhD in Career Writing at the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands.
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