Authors in Indie Blu(e) Anthologies: Somrita Urni Ganguly

It can be a daunting task to work with such talented writers/poets as Indie Blu(e) Publishing has had the fortune of working with. Somrita Urni Ganguly is no exception. We met via The Kali Project and have followed her work since. She is literally an explosion of talent and energy and the very best slam-poetryContinue reading “Authors in Indie Blu(e) Anthologies: Somrita Urni Ganguly”

Bias in the writing and publishing world

For millennia, bias, bigotry, racism, and prejudice have been notable bed-fellows in most professions, not least the publishing world. Most of us know women were not permitted to be authors and had to write under a male pen name if they wished to be published or taken seriously. This wasn’t so long ago. Even moreContinue reading “Bias in the writing and publishing world”

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 RealContinue reading “Indie Blu(e) Publishing Call For Submissions”

Book Review: Kind Chemist Wife: Musings at 3 a.m., by Sarah Bigham / Reviewed by Candice Daquin

Kind Chemist Wife: Musings at 3 a.m.,  by Sarah Bigham Review by Candice Louisa Daquin This is a book about many things. In essence this is a book someone who has chronic pain or any chronic condition will find a great deal in. Any woman also. Any lesbian. Virtually any human being if they areContinue reading “Book Review: Kind Chemist Wife: Musings at 3 a.m., by Sarah Bigham / Reviewed by Candice Daquin”