My dreams are low
They’re sick and must be drossed
They’re young girl’s dreams

See’n saw bounce me back to you? Will you?
See’n saw bounce me back to you? Will you?
Oh will you?

-Cocteau Twins, “Fotzepolitic”


Dream Pop is comprised of Dream Pop Journal, a biannual online literary journal, and Dream Pop Press, its small press arm that published its first set of chapbooks in Fall of 2019. Dream Pop seeks to make space for non-narrative, linguistically inventive writing. We are interested in lyric memoirists, cross-genre experimenters, fearless inventors, and poets who dream in made-up languages.




Isobel O’Hare (Founding Editor) is a poet and essayist whose pronouns are they/them and she/her. They are the author of all this can be yours (University of Hell Press, 2018) and the chapbooks Wild Materials (Zoo Cake Press, 2015), The Garden Inside Her (Ladybox Books, 2016), and Heartbreak Machinery (forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press). Their poems have appeared in the anthologies A Shadow Map (Civil Coping Mechanisms Press, 2017), They Said: A Multi-Genre Anthology of Contemporary Collaborative Writing (Black Lawrence Press, 2018), and Bettering American Poetry (Bettering Books, 2019).O’Hare received an MFA in Poetry from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. They have also been the recipient of awards from Split This Rock and The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico. They live in Taos, New Mexico where they work as the Young Writers Program Curator at SOMOS (the Society of the Muse of the Southwest).






Carleen Tibbetts (Co-Editor) is the author of the full-length collection DATACLYSM.jpg (White Stag Publishing, 2019), as well as the chapbooks DATACLYSM.jpg (Radioactive Cloud Press, 2018), to exosk(elle), the last sugar (Zoo Cake Press, 2015), and a starving music will come to eat the body (FiveQuarterly, 2014). Her work has most recently appeared in jubilat, The Offending Adam, Reality Beach, La Vague, DREGINALD, TAGVVERK, and FLAG + VOID, among others.







Heidi Reszies (Book Designer) is a poet and transdisciplinary artist. She is the author of the poetry collections Illusory Borders (The Operating System, 2019) and Of Water & Other Soft Constructions (selected by Samiya Bashir as the winner of the 2018 Anhinga Press Robert Dana Prize for Poetry). She is the founding creator/curator of Artifact Press, and currently resides in Richmond, Virginia where she teaches letterpress printing at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts.