Archive for August, 2011
The fundraising appeal for the Seven by Twenty anthology, 140 And Counting, went live today over at Kickstarter, which hooks donors up with worthy artistic projects to fund. The rewards for pledging are:
$5 OR MORE: We’ll send you a free mobi copy of the ebook (or a gift code for same) when it is released – or a pdf if you prefer.
$10 OR MORE: The above, as well as our next two upcoming releases (poetry chapbook Blueshifting by Heather Kamins and a re-release of editor Joanne Merriam’s poetry collection The Glaze from Breaking).
$25 OR MORE: All of the above, PLUS we’ll thank you in a sponsor listing in the book and on the website of Upper Rubber Boot Books for the next year.
$50 OR MORE: Limited Reward (4 of 5 remaining): All of the above, PLUS we’ll provide you with a one- to two-page manuscript evaluation by the editor (she may comment on aesthetics, word choice, setting, characterization, description, pacing, plot holes, marketability, and other things to consider when revising your work) on up to ten of your poems or a short story (under 5,000 words).
$100 OR MORE: Free copies of every book we publish for the next five years!
ETA 10:49 am on Saturday, 20 August: I am amazed and proud to say we’re *already* up to $215 of our (barebones) $300 goal, a day into the pledge drive! Extra money will be tremendously helpful in promotion/advertising for the anthology!
20 August 2011