Simple Math for Writers

Guest Post by April Ford, Associate Publisher of SFK Press Back when I had no clue what it means to be an author (some two decades ago), the passion and commitment required in equal doses to sustain a career in letters, I nonetheless had strong ideas about what I was...

Announcing Indigo’s AWP Warm-Up

Join us at Rose City Book Pub (1329 NE Fremont St.) in Portland, Oregon on Tuesday, March 26 from 8:00–11:00 p.m. for Indigo’s AWP Warm-Up. Warm up for the 2019 AWP Conference and Book Fair with members of the Indigo community. Come hear readings from some of...

That Is Not the Editor You Are Looking For

by Laura Garwood Do you know that words starting with a prefix, like mini-, over-, non-, or –, are generally closed compounds? Well, neither does your computer. Thus, if you write superpowerful, precourse, noninfrastructure, or preincident in a book manuscript,...