Dream Encounters

TITLE

Dream Encounters

SUBTITLE

A Memoir Based on One Woman's Dreams over a Period of 50 Years.

AUTHOR

Margaret Honton

GENRE

General trade

BOOKSTORE SUBJECTS

Body, Mind & Spirit

Self Help / Dreams

Biography / Autobiography / Personal Memoirs

CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION

1. Autobiography—Women authors

2. Autobiographical poetry, American

3. Dream interpretation

4. Near-death experiences

5. Reiki (Healing system)

6. Poetry-in-the-Schools Program

PAGES

xiii, 390pp, bibliography

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

LCCN 2021936552

ISBN

978-0-9856423-4-1

PRICE

US $19.99

AVAILABLE FROM

Wholesale: Ingram

PUBLICATION DATE

October 2021

PUBLISHER

Frankalmoigne, Petaluma Calif.

CONTACT THE PUBLISHER

editor
@frankalmoigne.com

AUTHOR FORWARDING

margaret-honton
@frankalmoigne.com

About the Author

Margaret Honton resumed collegiate studies from 1970-1975, after raising eight children, and became a graduate student in English at the Ohio State University. Her master's thesis, “To Make Up a Year and a Sphere,” was the first thesis in original poetry accepted by the university. Many of her later works, over the following four decades, are archived in the university's Rare Books & Manuscripts Library.

Margaret was one of the founding members of the Women's Poetry Workshop at the Ohio State University, and remained an active member for 20 years.

For 10 years Margaret conveyed what poetry is, what it does, and how students can engage with it, during her residencies in the Poets-in-the-Schools Program, supported by the Ohio Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

As a freelance editor for 10 years, she worked with everything from professors’ field notes to manuscripts of popular fiction, to poetry.

Margaret has written poetry for eight decades. She has professionally edited and published poetry anthologies and works on poetry therapy.

A breaking point for Margaret occurred in 1990, when a car crash and near-death experience inaugurated a 30-year career in complementary healing modalities.

Margaret Honton has—for 50 years—recorded her dream stories and their feelings immediately, and reflections on them shortly afterward. Her most recent book, Dream Encounters, captures the beauty of dreams, with special appreciation for how each dreamer can more fully understand oneself.

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