Indie Authors Press – Online indie publisher for independent authors
The 1st of June 2011 saw the birth of Indie Authors Press founded by aspiring authors, Jorge Salgado-Reyes, Myriam Reyes-Peña and Eduardo Salgado-Reyes whose collective dream is to publish their works independently of traditional publishers.
Indie Authors Press is a British independent small press founded in 2011 by Jorge Salgado-Reyes. Jorge Salgado-Reyes remains its owner and senior editor. It publishes speculative fiction, science fiction, cyberpunk, fantasy and dark fantasy.
Indie Authors Press published its first title, Learning About Love by Myriam Reyes Peña on June 29, 2011. British Process Servers Guide by Stuart Withers, Helen Withers and Jorge Salgado-Reyes in November 2011 became the second title published by the press.
Since then, Indie Authors Press went on to launch anthologies in the science fiction, cyberpunk, speculative fiction and fantasy genres.
Roy C Booth joined the team as an editor when he brought his anthology A Forest of Dreams to the press. The anthology features fantasy stories written by twenty established and upcoming fantasy writers. Submissions for this title is closed and it went to print in September 2014. It is available as a paperback and ebook formats. A Forest of Dreams has a cover by artist and author Drusilla Morgan. You can order it from Amazon here.
Both Jorge Salgado-Reyes and Roy C Booth are co-editing the Altered States cyberpunk anthology series featuring stories by a-list authors like John Shirley, CJ Cherryh and Paul Levison. Altered States has a cover by Oliver Wetter. the first in the series is available in ebook, paperback, and hardback formats. Talks are ongoing to have it translated into Spanish.
Indie Authors Press maintains an open call for submissions in science fiction, fantasy and dark fantasy genres.
Our publishing strategy
Indie Authors Press are a small, family-run, hybrid publisher offering opportunities for those aspiring novelists and writers in science fiction, cyberpunk, fantasy and horror genres. With the way printing particularly has developed, and marketing opportunities proliferated, self-publishing has become increasingly accessible and popular, which is great news for authors!
PREDITORS & EDITORS READERS POLL 2014