Indigo: editing, design, and more

Indigo: editing, design, and more Indigo is a firm of publishing professionals dedicated to strengthening the voice and presentation of each manuscript. Indigo: editing, design, and more

Indigo has been providing the best in publication services for traditional publishers and independent authors since 2006. Our services include:

Developmental Editing
Line Editing
Proofreading
Reader's Responses
Writing Consultations
Proposal Development
Publication Management
Cover Design
Interior Book Design
Ebook Conversion
Marketing Materials

Operating as usual

Yes.
08/25/2021

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Director of Development
08/22/2021
Director of Development

Director of Development

Literary Arts is a nonprofit literary organization based in…

OK, I want to read this now. Who couldn't use a little heartwarming lately?
08/20/2021

OK, I want to read this now. Who couldn't use a little heartwarming lately?

08/20/2021
If you happen to go to Macy's this month, you can support Reading Is Fundamental (RIF)! https://www.facebook.com/Reading...
08/13/2021

If you happen to go to Macy's this month, you can support Reading Is Fundamental (RIF)! https://www.facebook.com/ReadingIsFundamental/photos/a.216786124572/10160975612734573/

As you do your back-to-school shopping at Macy's during the month of August, your purchase can help Reading Is Fundamental put more books into the hands of children as they prepare to return to the classroom. By rounding up at checkout in stores or donating when you shop online, you can join shoppers nationwide in supporting RIF’s mission. Learn more at https://www.macys.com/s/macys-gives today!

Let's all stick together and be safe!
08/11/2021

Let's all stick together and be safe!

Hot and dry weather conditions increase the risk of wildfires and the likelihood of safety-related power outages. Learn how to stay in the know, create an outage kit and make a plan to keep your family safe at portlandgeneral.com/prepare.

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08/05/2021

Photos from Cat Makes Me Happy's post

08/04/2021
08/03/2021
Authors Guild Seeks Information on Scammers

Have you encountered this group? (Hope not.)

The Authors Guild is seeking information regarding the Silver Ink Literary Agency, a group that requested book proposals from authors then took cash after promising publication.

08/02/2021
07/29/2021
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07/29/2021

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Literary Arts has opened the 2022 Oregon Literary Fellowship applications. Deadline is September 17. https://literary-ar...
07/27/2021
2022 Oregon Literary Fellowship Guidelines - Literary Arts

Literary Arts has opened the 2022 Oregon Literary Fellowship applications. Deadline is September 17. https://literary-arts.org/2022-oregon-literary-fellowship-guidelines/?mc_cid=a0e1acde0b&mc_eid=7d61c0f696

Oregon Literary Fellowships are intended to help Oregon writers initiate, develop, or complete literary projects in poetry, fiction, literary nonfiction, drama (including scripts for television and film), and young readers literature. For 2022, Literary Arts will accept applications online only. Dea...

07/23/2021

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RIF is a wonderful organization. https://www.facebook.com/ReadingIsFundamental/photos/10160920419354573/
07/20/2021

RIF is a wonderful organization. https://www.facebook.com/ReadingIsFundamental/photos/10160920419354573/

Now through the end of August, 10-year-old Orion Jean is partnering with RIF and other literary organizations across the country this summer to increase awareness about the lack of equity in book ownership in children while continuing to emphasize the importance of being kind in his new campaign Race to 500,000 Books. Get involved at RIF.org/Race-to-Kindness.

FYI
07/18/2021

FYI

Welcome back to the library! All Multnomah County Libraries will be open by the end of August. Some things may be a little different as we transition from pandemic configurations to being accessible to the public, but we’re here to help and we are so happy to welcome you back.

Albina – 08/24/2021
Belmont – 08/03/2021
Capitol Hill – Open Now
Central – 08/10/2021
Fairview-Columbia – 07/20/2021
Gregory Heights – Open Now
Gresham – Open Now
Hillsdale – 07/13/2021
Hollywood – 07/27/2021
Holgate – Open Now
Kenton – Open Now
Midland – Open Now
North Portland – 07/27/2021
Northwest – 07/27/2021
Rockwood – Open Now
Sellwood-Moreland – 08/03/2021
St. Johns – 07/27/2021
Troutdale – 07/20/2021
Woodstock – Open Now

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07/17/2021

This must be shared again.

This meme is brought to you by my husband, with whom I also like to complain about how people call the monster "Frankenstein." #nerds

You're welcome! 🥁
07/16/2021

You're welcome! 🥁

You're welcome! 🥁

07/09/2021
One week away!
07/08/2021

One week away!

The July Incite: Q***r Writers Read is one week away!

Join us on July 14 at 7:00 p.m. (PDT). Among the list of fantastic readers we have lined up for you is Sarah Mirk.

Sarah Mirk is a graphic journalist, editor, and teacher. She is the author of “Guantanamo Voices “(Abrams, 2020), an illustrated oral history of Guantanamo Bay prison, which Kirkus called “extraordinary… an eye-opening, damning indictment of one of America’s worst trespasses.” She is also a zine-maker and illustrator whose comics have been featured in The Nib, “The New Yorker,” “Bitch,” and NPR. She is the author several books, including “You Do You: Figuring Out Your Body, Dating, and Sexuality” (Lerner, 2019), “Sex from Scratch: Making Your Own Relationship Rules” (Microcosm, 2014), the graphic novel “Open Earth” (Limerence Press, 2018), and the self-published collection “Year of Zines” (2020).

Register here: https://literary-arts.org/events/

A nine-month novel intensive for adults, run by Literary Arts, begins in September. https://literary-arts.org/event/nine...
07/06/2021
Nine-Month Novel Intensive - Literary Arts

A nine-month novel intensive for adults, run by Literary Arts, begins in September. https://literary-arts.org/event/nine-month-novel-intensive/?mc_cid=3be53032e8&mc_eid=7d61c0f696

This course for dedicated writers is designed to guide you through the writing and/or revising of your novel. It runs from September through May. You’ll read excerpts from published novels by authors including Han Kang, Tommy Orange, Lina Meruane, Mitchell S. Jackson, Deborah Levy, and Susan Stein...

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Beaverton, OR
97006

MAX Library/Galleria/SW 10th Ave. stop

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Editors' specialties: Ali: nonfiction, especially mind/body/spirit, memoir, and health & wellness Susan: sci-fi, fantasy, poetry Laura: historical fiction, nonfiction, children's, women's Kristen: nonfiction, business, automotive, memoir Vinnie: publication consultations

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Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

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(503) 629-9216

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Thank you Ali—hugely enjoyed your profoundly helpful Hippocamp 2019 workshop on three-dimensional villains.