The Indigo Press

About

The Indigo Press are a new publisher of fiction and creative non-fiction, essays, memoirs, current affairs, contemporary fiction, global writing, diverse writing, world literature, radical literature and innovative literature.

About

 

'A person's spirit is in their cloth'

The Indigo Press is an independent publisher of fiction and creative non-fiction, bringing together a conversation-starting curation of books that offer bold ideas and beautifully-crafted stories. We are open to writing from around the world and literature that explores radical thinking and literary innovation in both form and approach. 

The Indigo Press is the latest addition to a portfolio of book businesses that comprise the MILD Group, which includes long-established rights specialists The Marsh Agency, award-winning independent bookshop Dulwich Books, and LiveLit, a successful literary events series, that includes two annual literary festivals.

 
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The team

Susie Nicklin, CEO of the MILD Group, began her career at The Bodley Head publishers and co-founded The Marsh Agency, before becoming Director of English PEN and subsequently Director of Literature at the British Council. She rejoined The Marsh Agency in 2014 and acquired Dulwich Books Ltd in 2015.

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Alexander Spears, Sales and Marketing Manager, joins the press with ten years’ experience in independent publishing, including marketing, editorial and digital roles at Pluto Press, Constable & Robinson, Elliot & Thompson and Walker Books. He was co-founder of the independent literary press, Dodo Ink. 

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'A person's spirit is in their cloth'  © 2011 Catherine E. McKinley Indigo: In Search of the Color that Seduced the World