Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Eric Syrdal

Eric Syrdal is a poet/author.  He’s an avid gamer and Sci-Fi enthusiast. He enjoys reading science fiction and fantasy literature and spends a great deal of his writing time focused in those genres.  He is a romantic, at heart. His work usually contains elements of the supernatural and fantastic along with potent female voices andContinue reading “Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Eric Syrdal”

Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Nicole Lyons

Nicole Lyons is a tornado harnessed into the body of a writer, social activist, voice for the downtrodden, and a powerful poet whose words reveal truth like a scalpel through silk. A Consulting Editor and long-time member of the Sudden Denouement Literary Collective, her writing is featured in Anthology Volume I: Writings from the Sudden DenouementContinue reading “Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Nicole Lyons”

Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Clyde Hurlston

Some people state that they have known what they have wanted to do with their lives since a very early age; but Clyde Hurlston was not one of those people. Growing up in a small, working-class suburb of New Orleans, Louisiana; Clyde speaks very fondly of his childhood. “I was very fortunate, in that I hadContinue reading “Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Clyde Hurlston”

Indie Blu(e) Welcomes John W. Leys

John W. Leys is an indie poet/author from Redmond, Oregon. He currently posts his work on his blog Darkness of His Dreams, which he started in 2016. John has been writing poetry since he was 14 years old and has had his work published in a variety of small publications, including Omnibus—the literary journal of theContinue reading “Indie Blu(e) Welcomes John W. Leys”

Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Melody Lee

Melody Lee is a contributing writer for A Better Today Media online magazine, has been featured on Creative Talents Unleashed, and a former book reviewer for Her Heart Poetry magazine. She enjoys power walking, hanging out with her foodies, and collecting new adventures. Melody published her debut poetry book, Moon Gypsy, A Collection of PoetryContinue reading “Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Melody Lee”