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John C.


Arlington, VA
Hometown: Arlington, Virginia

Member since:

December 28, 2008

Why is knowing more about dreams important to you?

I think it is the key to self-awareness, and to becoming a more powerful fiction writer. I am returning to fiction writing after many years of not writing. I was at Bread Loaf Writer's Conference twice in the 80s, studied writing in college (UCSC).

What is your favorite dream book?

I have read some of Memories Dreams Reflections (Jung) and some passages from Freud on dreams.

How often do you recall your dreams (times per week)?

At times I have recorded them regularly. I would like to delve more deeply into them and share at times with others.


I have had a long-time interest in dreams. Freud and Jung interest me greatly. Surrealism is fascinating to me, and collage (these I think emerge mostlyl from dreams). I think the best fiction and art come from archetypes, which present in dreams.

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