Stories for Sponsorship!

These stories have been written from prompts and are available for sponsorship.

Any piece can be microfunded in increments as small as $1:

Bridged, the “sequel” to Relics, 1100 words, sponsor for $18

It Always Hurts, 1400 words from the lyrics of “the Holly and the Ivy,” sponsor for $23

Holding the Ways, a microfiction of an unconventional funeral, 350 words. Sponsor for $6

The Old Path, from [profile] ellenmillion‘s prompt “the Old Ways” and [personal profile] eseme‘s prompt “…discovering old overgrown [ways].” 4100 words, sponsor for $70

Labyrinth, still in progress, from [personal profile] clare_dragonfly‘s prompt “the path the the labyrinth” & [personal profile] eseme‘s prompt of “bartering.”

The Trouble With Bongong Island, from Inventrix’s prompt “Bananas, Bifurcation, Belittling Bohemian butterflies.” 2111 words gentlemen adventurer tale, sponsor for $35
Keeping the Gods, a story of the fae apoc, from Shutsumon’s prompt “bacchanal, barbarocracy,bathykolpian.” 1500 words of cautionary fantasy, Sponsor for $25

AvariceFrom [personal profile] haikujaguar‘s prompt “Avarice. Anemia. And maybe… appetite.” 1038 words, a story of mixed appetites and dovetailing greed. Sponsor for $20

Afghans for Aliens, a flash fiction sci-fi

Sunday at the GroveFrom [personal profile] clare_dragonfly‘s prompt, this is a tender story of mourning and passing on. 900 words. Sponsor for $15

Revived, a story of the Stranded World, 2556 words. Sponsor for $42

How does Sponsoring work?
You can:

  • Throw money in the general pool. When there’s enough to sponsor a story, I’ll put it up for a general vote.
  • Micro-fund a specific story: donate any amount of money towards a specific story. I’ll post that it’s $Xx towards being completely funded.
  • Sponsor a whole story. If you sponsor a story, I will immediately post it on my blog for everyone to see, with your name or that of a dedicatee if you wish; plus you get a nonexclusive publication right, so you can post it on your own blog or elsewhere as long as you keep the credits intact. (Some phrasing from YsabetWordsmith’s Poetry Fishbowl).

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