Dreamwork presents a vast selection of perspectives on dreams from psychotherapists, philosophers, novelists, poets, and native traditions.
Mitchell D. Ginsberg, Ph.D.
author, The Inner Palace
  . . . an ideal read for anyone with an interest in the concept of dreams. Highly recommended for community library psychology collections.
Diane C. Donovan
California Bookwatch

Dream Resources

Database of 16,000 dreams
A database of dreams as referenced in Dreamwork in a section titled “Dream Content Across the World,” by Andrea Rock.

Project Gutenberg
Thousands of books in the public domain are available online, including some of the older material in Dreamwork. For example, Dreamwork has selections from the Brothers Grimm and Bulfinch; you can find complete works from these and other folk and fairy tales online at this link.

The International Association for the Study of Dreams
The website for this organization has many resources on dreams.

Joseph Campbell
Joseph Campbell said “myth is the public dream and the dream is the private myth.”

A history of dream sharing and dream groups on the internet
Note: I am not familiar with this or any online dream group source, so please use caution as necessary with any online source. This is especially important given the inherent lack of privacy of the internet.