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Shambhala, 2000 - Psychology - 126 pages
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Anyone who has ever had a weird dream—and the desire to tell it to others—will enjoy this collection of dream cartoons. It features the best of a weekly comic strip illustrating dreams that real people from all over the world have sent to artist Jesse Reklaw. Reklaw takes written descriptions of dreams and turns them into three or four cartoon panels. The result is a surreal excursion into the underworld of the psyche—just for the fun of it. These concise, hilarious little stories are strangely familiar, showing that whatever our external differences, at night we were all united in the absurd world of dreams, where we can quietly and safely go insane.

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About the author (2000)

Jesse Reklaw was born in 1971 in Berkeley, California, where his hippie parents sold bread from a cart on Telegraph Ave. He studied painting and digital art at U.C. Santa Cruz and has an M.Sc. in computer science from Yale University. Jesse's dream-cartoon strip, Slow Wave, started on the Internet in 1995 and is now published in ten weekly papers across the U.S. and Canada. He currently lives in New Haven, Connecticut, and frequently oversleeps.

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