"Sweet Dreams"

Title"Sweet Dreams"
Year for Search2004
AuthorsJohnson, Charles
Secondary AuthorsThomas, Sheree R.
Secondary TitleDark Matter: Reading the Bones
Pagination243-55
Date Published2004
PublisherWarner Books
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsAfrican-American author, Male author
Annotation

Political satire. After voters dropped most taxes, government developed “dream meters” so that dreams, including daydreams could be taxed.

Additional Publishers

An earlier, shorter version was originally published in StoryQuarterly, no. 36 (2000): 111-16.

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The African-America author (b. 1948) is the Pollock Professor of English at the University of Washington, Seattle.

Full Text

2004 Johnson, Charles (b. 1948). “Sweet Dreams.” Dark Matter: Reading the Bones. Ed. Sheree R. Thomas (New York: Warner Books, 2004), 243-55. An earlier, shorter version was originally published in StoryQuarterly, no. 36 (2000): 111-16. PSt

Political satire. After voters dropped most taxes, government developed “dream meters” so that dreams, including daydreams could be taxed. The African-American author is the Pollock Professor of English at the University of Washington, Seattle.