At Limpede Ink, we believe everyone has a story worth telling. But figuring out how to tell that story, and to the widest possible audience, can be difficult. Every aspect of the creative process—writing, revising, and publishing—presents unique challenges, especially if going at it alone.
With Limpede Ink, you'll overcome those challenges through working one-on-one with a seasoned editor familiar with your genre. Whether a novel, novella, short story collection, memoir, poetry chapbook, play, screenplay, or nonfiction series, we can help you assess the current state of your manuscript, develop a plan to revise and edit, and guide you through self-publishing or sending out your manuscript to agents or publishers.
Our expertise is attributed to years of involvement in the writing and publishing industry. We've served as workshop instructors, teachers, and publishers, and we've worked with agents, editors, and presses. In short, we know good writing when we see it, and we know how to help you get published.
Limpede Ink is a division of Carve Magazine LLC and was formed in 2016. Matthew Limpede chose the name as a tribute to his family's business and legacy of entrepreneurship: His parents' commercial paint contracting company was named Limpede, Incorporated — or "Limpede Inc." for short.
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Submitting to Agents or Publishers
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Matthew Limpede is the Executive Editor of Carve Magazine, LLC, which publishes a quarterly literary magazine and offers creative writing workshops. He has worked with hundreds of writers through classrooms, workshops, Carve, and Limpede Ink to help them find inspiration, become their own ruthless editor, and establish their esteem and careers as writers. Matthew attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas. He lives in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Bridget Boland is the author of The Doula, published by Simon and Schuster in 2012. Both her fiction and creative nonfiction have won awards, and she's been the recipient of multiple Ragdale residences and an Illinois Arts Council personal development grant. Bridget holds an MFA in creative writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is also an attorney, doula, Forrest Yoga teacher and certified shaman. She loves traveling, cycling, yoga, and reading novels on the beach.
Mag Gabbert holds a PhD in creative writing from Texas Tech University and an MFA from The University of California at Riverside. Her essays and poems have been published in journals including 32 Poems, Stirring, The Rumpus, The Boiler Journal, Phoebe, Anomaly, Birmingham Poetry Review, and many others. Mag teaches creative writing for the Graduate Department of Liberal Studies at Southern Methodist University and for Writing Workshops Dallas. She serves as an associate editor for Iron Horse Literary Review and Underblong Journal.
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