I received a reminder from my own website. Kind of ‘meta’ and Sci-Fi in its own right no? But the reminder was for an old post (link) about a Kickstarter campaign. This reminded me of the prize I got for backing the project – Like so many things – I downloaded the anthology and never read it.
I now have it lined up in my queue after ‘Foundation’.
Here’s to machines talking to people, reminding them of their laziness. And here’s to reading Sci-Fi.
Mostly to reading Sci-Fi.
I think I have found it.
If you are a struggling artist, you might be able to get funding/support for your work, Kickstarter-style at Drip (https://d.rip/discover)
The site is owned by Kickstarter and it just re-launched – it aims to support people (rather than projects ala Kickstarter) with a focus on creatives.
Right now it is in an invite only launch phase, but when this opens up to the public, it will be awesome. I encourage the dedicated writers and creatives out there to try and get support through Drip one day.
I just received my reward of an anthology of short Sci-Fi stories for backing a project on Kickstarter.
Added to my list once I am through with Dune, which is amazing, political, enthralling, and leaves me feeling thirsty when I am done reading a chapter!
I would encourage anyone to find a cool project to back on Kickstarter. It’s satisfying to reap the rewards for a price you decide upfront.
I funded an anthology of Sci-Fi stories (Long List Anthology Vol. 2), and for my funding I got a free copy of vol.1 from last year.
The booty comes in around 21 November. I am excited! My first Kickstarter project, and research for some more creative writing in the Sci-Fi genre.
If nay of you have suggestions for other projects to back, please let me know.
I have funded the following kickstarter campaign.
It is all in the broader effort to become more invested in my writing and creative work in general. (‘investment’ pun intended).
Have a look, it is a cool project with a track record from volume 1: