NOW AVAILABLE: THE KALI PROJECT: INVOKING THE GODDESS WITHIN / INDIAN WOMEN’S VOICES

Editors Megha Sood and Candice Louisa Daquin are pleased to announce that Indie Blu(e) Publishing's latest anthology, The Kali Project: Invoking the Goddess Within / Indian Women’s Voices is now available for purchase worldwide. The Kali Project is a nearly 600 page collection of some of the most famous Indian poets and writers and artists in the world, … Continue reading NOW AVAILABLE: THE KALI PROJECT: INVOKING THE GODDESS WITHIN / INDIAN WOMEN’S VOICES

Submissions Reopened for But You Don’t Look Sick

Indie Blu(e) Publishing is reopening submissions for our upcoming anthology But You Don’t Look Sick: The Real Life Adventures of Fibro Bitches, Lupus Warriors, and other Super Heroes Battling Invisible Illness for 10 days only. We will happily accept submissions of writing, but are particularly eager to receive additional submissions of art. If you know … Continue reading Submissions Reopened for But You Don’t Look Sick

Reminder: Submission Deadline for Through The Looking Glass is January 15, 2021

The focus of Through The Looking Glass: Reflecting on Madness and Chaos Withinis on writing and art from those who are living, or have struggled, with mental illness such as mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, personality disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, or psychotic Disorders. Given the high volume of submissions that we are expecting, we ask … Continue reading Reminder: Submission Deadline for Through The Looking Glass is January 15, 2021

Last Call: Submission Deadline for But You Don’t Look Sick is December 31, 2020

Indie Blue Publishing will be accepting submissions for But You Don’t Look Sick until December 31, 2020. The focus of But You Don’t Look Sick: The Real Life Adventures of Fibro Bitches, Lupus Warriors, and other Super Heroes Battling Invisible Illness is on writing and art from those living with a chronic but invisible physical illness or … Continue reading Last Call: Submission Deadline for But You Don’t Look Sick is December 31, 2020

Reminder: Submission Deadline for But You Don’t Look Sick is December 31, 2020

Indie Blue Publishing will be accepting submissions for But You Don’t Look Sick until December 31, 2020. The focus of But You Don’t Look Sick: The Real Life Adventures of Fibro Bitches, Lupus Warriors, and other Super Heroes Battling Invisible Illness is on writing and art from those living with a chronic but invisible physical illness or … Continue reading Reminder: Submission Deadline for But You Don’t Look Sick is December 31, 2020

Indie Blu(e) Publishing Call for Submissions

BUT YOU DON’T LOOK SICK: THE REAL LIFE ADVENTURES OF FIBRO BITCHES, LUPUS WARRIORS, AND OTHER SUPER HEROES BATTLING INVISIBLE ILLNESS AND THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: REFLECTING ON MADNESS AND CHAOS WITHIN Indie Blu(e) Publishing is thrilled to announce that we will be starting off 2021 with sister anthologies, But You Don’t Look Sick: The Real … Continue reading Indie Blu(e) Publishing Call for Submissions

Laurie Wise Reviews As the World Burns

As the World Burns is an outstanding collection of prose, poetry, and art that brilliantly illuminates the monumental events weighing upon our world, it’s communities and families, friends and neighbors. The anthology gives a voice to myriad emotions that have settled into hearts and souls worldwide, yet stick in our collective throats, unable to be … Continue reading Laurie Wise Reviews As the World Burns

Olive Skin – Devika Mathur (An Excerpt from Crimson Skins)

My Mother has a concave slippery mouth,untouchable with the slick tunes of time.She carries nostalgia,like an offering,a seduction performedin the onyx of mouths colliding.A star shadowmolten in pieceswith liquid layers of murmurssticking to her bare belly button.Lipids resting like a heavy eyelid.She stitches her concrete bun,as a belt of Gangesher crisp breaths floatingto tangle the elixir … Continue reading Olive Skin – Devika Mathur (An Excerpt from Crimson Skins)

Kristiana Reed Interviews Indie Blu(e) Author Devika Mathur

KRISTIANA: Crimson Skins is your second poetry collection, what has been the most rewarding part of reaching the point of publication? DEVIKA: Over the years I have grown into a more persistent writer honing my writing skills. The process of collecting art pieces and turning them all beautifully into a book takes a lot of creativity and patience. As … Continue reading Kristiana Reed Interviews Indie Blu(e) Author Devika Mathur