Immigration Laws- from John Biscello’s Arclight

We are immigrants in our own skin, flash-fire refugees who get by with falsified papers, fake IDs, and forged signatures. If caught and found guilty of a trespass or transgression, we pardon ourselves in our native tongues, language a placeholder for the names we were forced to annul. Arclight is now available from Amazon in print and Kindle version.

Coming soon from Indie Blu(e) Publishing

Indie Blu(e) Publishing is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of John Biscello’s first book of poetry, Arclight. Biscello is the author of three novels—Broken Land, a Brooklyn Tale, Raking the Dust, and Nocturne Variations—and a collection of short stories, Freeze Tag.

Candice Louisa Daquin Reviews the Myths of Girlhood

Christine Ray is an extremely rare creature, seemingly transplanted from another age and time, in that she knows absolutely no bounds and will persevere through any obstacle and has the passion of a seventeenth-century bard in her poetic composition and expression. In today’s saturated world of online bloggers most of us have read competent evenContinue reading “Candice Louisa Daquin Reviews the Myths of Girlhood”

Book Release: The Myths of Girlhood

Indie Blu(e) Publishing is thrilled to announce the release of The Myths of Girlhood by Christine E. Ray. From the Back Cover: Imagine that Myths of Girlhood is a tapestry; feel the varying textures, and observe the movement of its patterns. In your hands, you hold the fibers of Christine E. Ray. For this bookContinue reading “Book Release: The Myths of Girlhood”