Dreaming and Writing, featuring Tzivia Gover
This week’s episode considers the intersection between dreaming and writing and how to harness not dreaming per se, but the midnight mind. The midnight mind speaks to a kind of liminal state where we can be more open, more creative, less blocked—and Gover’s interview and new book are encouraging to writers and authors around writing for writing’s sake, and not only for publication and outcome. There’s much to unpack this week as we settle into the joy of writing, accessing more subconscious creative states, and thinking about how our dreams are sources of creativity for us whether we remember them or not.
ABOUT TZIVIA GOVER
Tzivia Gover, the founder of Dreaming on the Page classes, and workshops, is the author of several books, including her most recent, Dreaming on the Page, and The Mindful Way to a Good Night’s Sleep. She teaches programs internationally, domestically, and online. She is also a Certified Dreamwork Professional and a Certified Proprioceptive Writing instructor. Gover has an MFA from Columbia University in creative nonfiction. She writes and dreams in western Massachusetts, and you can discover more about her book and her work at DreamingOnThePage.com.
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