Patreon news November 2022

I’ve been upping my Patreon page’s capabilities and revising the reward structure. 

As I grow older, I’m trying to shift a greater part of my regular income to writing and music.  This has been especially and immediately important of late as I’m fighting off both some mild post-COVID brain fog and the usual winter season slowdown in my consulting business.

Patreon has proved to be a valuable resource for this. 

In the coming year, I plan to introduce online workshops that will be free for those Patrons on the $10/level and up.  I’m also getting ready to release my end of the year 2022 eBook anthology, and a bonus eBook in the next couple of weeks of poems I’ve written over the years that are formatted or refer back to instruction manuals, operator’s guides, etc.  (I was surprised at how many of these there are, frankly.)

Only rarely do I come to the readers of this blog to bring up the Patreon site. I will ALWAYS keep this blog cost-free for my much-appreciated readers around the world. But right now, I’m pretty much broke.  And while I’ve used various funding appeal sites in the past (GoFundMe, etc.,) for emergencies, I LOATHE doing that. I’d rather offer something back in return for your support.

Once again, the Patreon site offers information about how to join and watch videos, hear audio tracks, and read discussions of craft and poetry that I hope will interest some of you.  Again, I’ll keep this site free — but any support will be appreciated and, I hope, of more value to you. 


About Tony Brown

A poet with a history in slam, lots of publications; my personal poetry and a little bit of daily life and opinions. Read the page called "About..." for the details. View all posts by Tony Brown

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