INDIGO DREAMS

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RONNIE GOODYER and DAWN BAULING were joint winners of the TED SLADE AWARD for SERVICES to POETRY

 

WELCOME TO INDIGO DREAMS

Indigo Dreams publish poetry pamphlets and collections, occasional anthologies and three poetry/prose magazines.

We also run the Geoff Stevens Memorial Poetry Prize and Indigo Pamphlet Prize where two winners in each competition receive a publishing contract and free copies of their collection.

Under our Tamar Books imprint, we publish non-fiction that is relevant to the Southwest of England, where we are based. We rarely publish fiction, but have a varied selection of current publications in our shop.

We hope you find this site as user-friendly as we intended.

 

You can find out about Ronnie, Dawn and Indigo Dreams in the 'About Us' link, and read what people have said about Indigo Dreams and its publications on 'Things people say...'

 

Hover over the 'Shop' and you'll be able to navigate to the genre you are interested in. There is also another section, 'Also Published', which lists titles no longer held in our stock, but still available through other sources.

 

 

We receive a great many submissions for our magazines that don't state which particular magazine they wish to be considered for. They get returned.

Our guess is, unlike you, they haven't visited our site!

You will see we have three:

 

The Dawntreader - a themed poetry and prose quarterly

Reach Poetry - a monthly publication.

Sarasvati - a quarterly poetry and prose magazine that showcases peoples' work over a number of pages.

 

Different requirements, different editors, specific submissions!

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INDIGO DREAMS PUBLISHING - Runner-up MOST INNOVATIVE PUBLISHER - SABOTEUR AWARDS 2016

 

"Congratulations on storming the Saboteur Awards 2016!" Sabotage Reviews

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Two Competitions now open for entries.

October closing dates.

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Read Jenny Hockey's Write Out Loud review of Penelope Shuttle's poetry pamphlet here: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And Stride magazine review here:

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