While we have many readers here at Tweetspeak Poetry, we also have those who’ve chosen to support the arts through financial gifts.
They know it takes a generous effort and significant resources to keep Tweetspeak serving them and you. They enjoy the emphasis on smart fun and deep living. They appreciate the many articles and events that help writers, teachers, librarians, and people who spend their lives working at ordinary jobs (but want to find poetry at work).
All of our current supporters are listed here, and as an extra thanks to our supporters of the arts at the $45 and up levels, we link to their blogs or websites, for you to peruse (and for them to get some excellent SEO love).
Get to know our supporters. Visit their blogs or websites. Many of these people can give you an inside scoop on the community. We trust you’ll enjoy connecting with them, both here and in their own spaces.
(Want to join this wonderful group of supporters? Check out how today.)
Maureen Doallas, Writing Without Paper (site also includes poetry)
Be the first book blog!
LW Lindquist, The Willingham Enterprise
Business, Fine Living
Be the first Fine Living business site! (Think chocolate, tea, coffee, artful fashion, etc.)
Be the first creativity blog!
Laura Lynn Brown
You can find Michelle’s poetry and beautiful photography at Eye of the Violet.
Grace M. Brodhurst Davis
Donna Z. Falcone, The Brighter Side
Marjorie Maddox Hafer
Richard T. Maxson, Featured Site: The Imagined Jay
Says Richard, “I’m a writer and a poet living in Eureka Springs, Arkansas with my wife. I also have paid the bills working as a business analyst writing software requirements. Poetry found me earlier in life, when I was not ready for it. Lucky for me it tapped me again later and here I am attempting to make something meaningful from a second chance.”
Visit Robbie’s site for poetry, prose, and inspiration. And, be sure to click through to the beautiful art of his wife Irene!
If you want to offer straightforward support, you can choose one of these simple opportunities:
$30 • Keep the Basic Boat Afloat — supports about one article at Tweetspeak
Or, if you want to support the arts and get some SEO love and other promotional opportunities, choose one of these annual options (read more about the associated benefits here):
Dandelion photo by Ruth Mowry. Used with permission.