The Kali Project was conceived by indie writers and editors Candice Louisa Daquin and Megha Sood. A dear friend starting a feminist micro press was intrigued and suggested that The Kali Project serve as their inaugural publication. Everyone involved has been deeply moved by the support and enthusiasm the project has received, as well as by the volume of submissions.
The Kali Project has become a much more involved and wonderful project than we anticipated, and it has become clear to all involved that it needs a publishing partner with more experience publishing large, worldwide anthologies.
We are pleased to announce that Indie Blu(e) Publishing has assumed the role as The Kali Project’s publisher. Candice, a founding editor at Indie Blu(e), knows their ability to manage the volume of details of such a project and to produce high quality anthologies, such as We Will Not Be Silenced, SMITTEN This Is What Love Looks Like, and the soon to be released As The World Burns.
Both Megha and Candice are grateful to tap into Indie Blu(e)’s creativity and expertise for The Kali Project. We have grown beyond our expectations and are confident that the anthology will be in good hands.
Going forward, all communication regarding the project will be coming directly from Indie Blu(e) Publishing, including contracts, which will issued upon completion of the decision-making process. We appreciate your patience and support.
We welcome our Indie Blu(e) sisters Kindra M. Austin, Rachel Finch, and Christine E. Ray to this project.
The Kali Project Team