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Monthly Archives: April 2019
Here’s what’s coming to Patreon in April

Filed under Works in Progress

Patreon line-up for April

Happy April!

If you’re not sure why Patreon has become so important to me, you can read all about that here.

Yeah. That was depressing, wasn’t it? So let me try to cheer you up with the rewards my Patrons will receive this month.

April 6 (for Patrons at $5 and above)

Pirate Penguins of Patagonia was a game proposal that I put together twice: once – as a simple treatment – around 1995, and again in 2001. That second time I made a demo, a trailer, a soundtrack CD, and a printed proposal.

I’m going to tell you its story, and then you can download a PDF of the proposal so you can see it for yourself.

April 13 (for Patrons at $15 and above)

Two print-resolution Celtic knotwork borders at greeting card size, with transparent areas inside the borders. If you have image editing software you can place your own picture or message inside the border.

(These are for personal use only.)

April 20 (for Patrons at $10 and above)

Of Vulcanis is a sort of Dunsanian short story I wrote (probably) in 1978. There was once a title illustration, but that’s lost: you can read the story here. though.

This one holds up surprisingly well.

April 27 (for Patrons at $1 and above)

Stalking Made Me Who I Am recalls an episode from my family history that might be illegal now, but I can’t regret that. Without a little stalking I would never have been born.

So, as usual, $15 patrons will see something every week while the rest will see one, two, or three updates. I hope you enjoy them!

Please consider helping me to continue my creative work and deal with the financial aftermath of cancer
 
 
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