About Indigo Sea Press

Indigo Sea Press is a creative accumulation and collaboration of the finest emerging authors and their exquisite, exceptional stories. While we are a traditional press, ISP is also riding the waves of change in this dynamic new age of publishing. Our titles are available in print throughout the United States and Europe, and they are digitally available around the world. Founded by editors and publishers who are also authors, ISP strives to provide the highest quality literature in all our genres. Here the reader may find, sample and purchase cutting age works. Indigo Sea Press is the new voice of literature in the 3rd millennium.

Please visit our website: http://indigoseapress.com


17 responses to “About Indigo Sea Press

  1. Does Second Wind Publishing ever consider non-fiction books? How about a book that is all stories but stories about education? A book that tells about a 16 year old high school student that undertakes unique research into the world of mercenaries and finds someone writing a television series and brushes against a precedent setting freedom of the press issue connected with murder-for-hire and “Soldier of Fortune” magazine? Or the story of a first year teacher that stumbles into and on top of a complete, powerful religious cult? And how about looking at storytelling from the point of view of education and literate behavior including an ancient Apache parable?

  2. Hudwriter: Second Wind publishes only fiction at the present time. If you have quality adult fiction, go to our website and check out the submission requirements: http://secondwindpublishing.com/Submissions.html

  3. Ivan A. Castro

    Would like to send you a query. How do I do it?

  4. Hellena

    I just have a couple of tiny questions, I do have a book thats finished, the only thing is I don’t have a clue as to how to submit what you need and I would either send to much or make it sound to boring that you wouldn’t be interested. Also, I guess I should’ve asked this question first, but do you sell them in print to buy at stores or are they only on line?

    thanks for you time.

  5. rtd14

    I enjoy your interviews so much. You bring to light books and authors I might not know otherwise. The interviews are written with a strong voice, which is why I nominated you for the Kreative Blogger Award. I hope you accept the nomination in the spirit it is given.
    Thank you for sharing such wonderful writers!

  6. Your words make me smile. Well put and well placed I might add.

  7. rosannedingli

    I think no one’s noticed your site and submissions links are broken. They lead to a generic site, which can be misleading, frustrating, or both!

  8. I would very much like to submit a novel to you but don’t know how to go about doing so. Please help. I jhave the details you want. I just don’t know how to deliver the material for your consideration.

  9. I find this blog really interesting. I will definitely go through more post from it whenever I get enough time. Waiting to read more from this blog. Have a nice day. Thank you.

  10. I am trying to reach Mike Simpson. Ann Chandonnet, Lake St. Louis, MO

  11. Pat: I was able to dial up my old blogs but could not figure out how to insert a new one.

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