We are proud to present links to this remarkable series in the order published.
The “Dream Geographies” series began in summer 2016 and resumed in winter 2017–a collaboration between poet Judith Serin and visual artist Masami Inoue. Together they charted the vast unknowns toward which our unconscious dreaming point us. Don’t miss the interview in which Serin and Inoue discuss collaboration and the aesthetics of their individual art forms.
Interview: “Illustrating the Poem that Records the Dream“
Judith Serin is the author of the poetry collection Hiding in the World, and her work has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, including The Ohio Journal, Writer’s Forum, Nebraska Review, Colorado State Review, Proposing on the Brooklyn Bridge, and When Last on the Mountain. She presents these pieces with gratitude to Betsy Davids.
Masami Inoue, who also works under the name Masa, is a Japanese-American artist who has lived on both coasts of the United States. Most recently she moved from the Bay Area, where she and Serin began their collaboration, back to the East Coast. She creates both digitally and traditionally, focusing on watercolor as her medium. One of her paintings was featured in print in the “Maps & Legends” issue of Broad Street.