Issue Five

Dreams

June 2019


Order a print copy: Powell’s, Amazon, Barnes & Noble.

(Cover art contest winner: Kevin Sampsell)

AJDProtection

Kummam Al-MaadeedThe Anchor

Andy AndersonImagine, Only in My Dreams

Mickey CollinsJapan Dream

Alexander DemitrusShort Story

L. FidWrong Elevator

Desmond Everest FullerOur Lost Map

Krystina HalfordAchromatic

Ryan HallThe Wet Feather

Dan HeiseA Quick Personal Tour of My Dreams

Ula JankowskaCircus Chicken

Ariel KusbySpring Equinox

Ryan Shane LopezShadows Doth Make Bright

Leanna MoxleyThe Dream About an Evil Queen

Elizabeth NealLucy

OakteaART

Timothy Arliss O’BrienI have a dream.

Spencer PondPhotos

Carole ReichsteinSkin

Mike SantiagoHeroes Don’t Exist

Kevin SampsellYou Okay

Ben TalleyLullaby

Jonathan van BelleIt Dreams

Geoff WallaceMoneymaker, Roll Under, The Bleak, The Sea of Transformation, All you do in Hell is

Z.B. WagmanWrinkles and Calluses

Nicholas YandellThe Wraith

没有人 (Translated by Michael Feral)杀梦爱蒙 (Dream of Love Killing)

Editors

Editor-In-Chief: Bobby Eversmann

Managing Editor: Ariel Kusby

Prose: Mickey Collins & Bobby Eversmann & Z.B. Wagman & Amanda Pecora

Poetry: Ariel Kusby

Social Media: Ariel Kusby & Caroline McCulloch

Web Design: Robert Eversmann

Interior Design: Mickey Collins

Cover Design: Kevin Sampsell

Letter from the Editors

Dearest dreamers,

When we sleep our brain does some audio-visual gymnastics to help us understand ourselves. But more often than not, our dreams don’t just stop when we wake up.

We gave you a bottle of metaphorical sleepytime tea and asked you to report back. In return you gave us dreams by the pillowful. Thank you for crushing the sand from the corners of your eyes and using that to ink your nightmares for us. Reading all of your submissions kept us awake at night, in the best of ways.

In this issue you’ll find desires and dreams in all shapes and sizes. We appreciate you continuing this journey through our collective minds with us.

After you finish reading this issue we would ask you to turn your attention away from the ever-changing dreamscapes that haunt us and to begin to think of another changing time in history: that of the western–a time of outlaws and sheriffs, of humans versus nature, of new technologies and strange lands.

Giddyup!

DO Editors

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