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The aim of Dreaming Spirit Press is to get writer’s work seen by as many readers as possible.  After all, that is what we as writers want, isn’t?  To facilitate this, we put together ideas for anthologies, release a call for submissions and compile a collection.  Then we post them on Wattpad.  It’s that simple.

Anthologies are great for both readers and writers.  For writers, they get the opportunity to network with other writers and join in a fun project.  For readers, they get the chance to read the work of a variety of authors they might not have come across before.

It’s a labour of love, building a supportive community for writers and readers alike.  It’s supposed to be fun.  It’s supposed to be inspiring.  It’s supposed to help those who lack the confidence to submit their work to other, more mainstream venues, find the courage they need to realise their dream of being a writer..

This is what Dreaming Spirit Press is about.

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As of October 2016

As you know, we are still finding our feet.  We have only just released our first call for submissions (Winter Magic) and are waiting to see what the outcome of it will be.  Hopefully it will be good.  If it is, we will have to start thinking about future projects (the cool ideas and awesome titles are just mounting up!).  Please keep checking back to this site to see how things are going, and if you have any ideas, or if you would like to help in some way, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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A Non-Paying Market

Dreaming Spirit Press is a no-money market.  There are no fees to submit to us.  There are no payments for authors.  The books cost nothing to read.  We make no money.  You make no money.  The only currency we spend is time. (Remember, labour of love  )

However, we do put together a PDF copy of the anthologies so that the authors can at least have something to show for their hard work as well as knowing how much we appreciate them.

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About the Editor

Dreaming Spirit Press was founded in 2016 by Sammi Cox.  Her short stories and poems can be found in various venues, both online and in print.  She spends her time writing and making things – now editing things too.  You can visit her website here, though you are more likely to find her scribbling away on her blog, here.  If you are interested in book reviews, feel free to check out her book review blog, Sammi Loves Books.  Her personal Wattpad profile can be found here.