Interfictions Online Indiegogo

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Raising the funds we need to continue and expand Interfictions, the online journal of interstitial art.
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Success!

Not only did we raise enough money to publish Interfictions online for another year, but we reached our stretch goal and will now be paying contributors at higher rates. Thank you, backers!

If you're just finding out about us now and wish you could have contributed, don't despair: you still can! Just head to interstitialarts.org/join to make a tax-deductible donation.



WE ARE FUNDED! THANK YOU! Our first stretch goal, at $10,000, means increased pay for our artists. Please see Updates for more.

Many one-of-a-kind works of art now available! Please see Henry Lien's latest update, and please scroll down the page for the new rewards (images of the artworks are available in the Gallery).

We're the Interstitial Arts Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and we're asking for your help to maintain an online home for artists who aren’t afraid to create art that smashes genre boundaries. Our goal is to raise $8,500:  enough money to pay our contributors professional rates for the next two issues of Interfictions Online, to expand our offerings to include a new section with visual arts — and to continue offering it all to the public for free!

Interfictions Online was created by the IAF as a way to publish and promote interstitial art in all its forms. So far, the IAF has produced two print volumes, Interfictions 1  and Interfictions 2, and an online academic journal, Interfictions 0.  

In 2013, Interfictions Online launched online, bringing new genre-bending fiction, non-fiction, poetry and the in-between to a global audience, with three issues published in the last twelve months.

Catherynne M. Valente reading her story from Interfictions 1, at an IAF event in Brunswick, Maine.

With your help, Interfictions Online will continue giving artists the space for interstitial art to happen, and can expand to fund visual artists as well.

Our community of creative supporters has stepped forward to contribute an exciting array of awards, including two exclusive e-chapbooks. All our backers’ names will be displayed on the Interfictions Online website Donor Page. And since we're a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. (Basically, whatever you give us that doesn't go toward a reward can be used for a tax deduction.)

We'll be adding more great perks as the Campaign continues! Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates!


Our exclusive E-Chapbooks are made up of stories, poems, videos, photographs and illustrations, generously donated from past contributors and supporters of Interfictions Online:

Interfictions E-Chapbook 1: Interstitial Offerings from:

Jeff VanderMeer
Jeffrey Ford  & Derek Ford
Peter Straub
Sofia Samatar
C.S.E. Cooney
E. J. Taylor
Jane Yolen
Ann Darby
Daniel Rabuzzi & Deborah Mills
Shira Lipkin
Mikal Trimm
Sara Avery
Lisa Snellings
Will Alexander
Lawrence Schimel
Cat Rambo
Rachel Swirsky
Kelly Link
Gavin Grant
Amal El-Mohtar
Lisa Stock
Connie Toebe
Ilene Winn-Lederer
Pat Kochie
Wendy Ellertson
Ari Berk
N. K. Jemisin
Michael Swanwick


Interfictions E-Chapbook 2: Interstitial Offerings from:

Jeff VanderMeer
Sofia Samatar
Christopher Barzak
Kat Soto
Jane Yolen
Forest Rogers
Nancy Wiley
Deborah Mills
Mike Allen
Elizabeth Ziemska
Shira Lipkin
Gregory Frost
Will Alexander
Richard Bowes
Lawrence Schimel
Pat Kochie
Rachel Swirsky
Nisi Shawl
E. J. Taylor
Virginie Ropars
Chandra Peltier
Amal El-Mohtar
Delia Sherman & Ellen Kushner
Cecil Castellucci
Chris Kammerud
Theodora Goss
Lucy Sussex
Nalo Hopkinson
Holly Black
Rick Berry



Interstitial art is made in the interstices between genres and categories.

The Interstitial Arts Foundation is devoted to giving border-crossing artists, academics, critics and the general public a forum and a focus to discuss and create works of art that defy categories and confound boundaries. 

We support an ongoing conversation that treats art as a continuum rather than as a series of hermetically sealed genres. We support the development of a new vocabulary with which to talk about border-crossing works.

We crave new words, new techniques, new ideas, bad ideas, false starts, restarts, revisions, mutant offspring and ugly stepchildren. We savor work that's audaciously not commercial, startling work that confuses the critics because they love it but don't know what to call it.  

We want everyone to be able to engage with this work on its own terms.

The Elevator Pitch is our worst enemy. The forces of Commercial Marketing are against us.  Reviewers flail their arms and waste space trying to describe what we’re not, instead of meeting us head-on in the borderlands.  

If you’ve seen or heard a work of art you can’t neatly describe in one sentence, it’s probably interstitial. 


Interstitial art is a moving target.

What’s visionary and startling one year can become a genre of its own a few years later.  

When Laurie Anderson first took the stage with some stories and a violin, people were confused. When J.R.R. Tolkien published three volumes with battles, hobbits, and elves reciting poetry, people were confused. When Art Spiegelman published a comic about Nazis and mice, people were confused.

We want to keep people confused. And we want to give them a word for that confusion:

“It’s interstitial!”

Since we began, transmedia pundit Henry Jenkins, critic Adrienne Martini, playwright Liz Duffy Adams and many more have started using the term to describe new work.  We hope it helps.

“We are seeing greater cultural churn as more and more works move across national borders, get picked up by new artists and audiences, get combined in new ways, paving the way for nouvelle culture in the same way that the global availability of spices and ingredients has led many of our best chiefs to experiment with radical departures from and reinventions of traditional cuisines.” 

– Henry Jenkins, in his Introduction to
Interfictions 2, “On the Pleasures of Not Belonging


Interfictions Online is that house in the bordertown between the Fields We Know and some other place, the one people are scared to go into.

"If genre and categories are all happening in different rooms,” says Executive Editor Delia Sherman, interstitial art is the conversations happening in the hallway outside.”

As writers and artists with one foot in the academic world and one in all kinds of genre fiction, the editorial staff of Interfictions Online seeks to bring together a diverse roster of work that plays at the edges of both. Its mission is to blur boundaries, not reinforce them, publishing work that might not find a home anywhere else, and connecting that work with a community of readers and creators.

Jeffrey Ford reading his short story from INTERFICTIONS 2 at St. Marks Bookshop in New York City.

The editors of Interfictions Online see the boundaries between genres and forms as permeable membranes, not fortified borders. Our mission is to gather pieces from wildly different corners of the writing, visual arts, and music worlds in order to showcase weird and wonderful work that falls outside conventional categories.

"Someone who’s breaking the rules needs a place where it’s safe to break them," says Interfictions Online editor Sofia Samatar. "That's us. We're the latest project of the Interstitial Arts Foundation, and we're asking for your help to maintain a place for artists who walk the high wire in the attempt to make breakthrough art for an audience that's hungry for work that doesn't fit into neat little boxes."

It's about making sure artists get paid for their work, and that's what the Interfictions Online IndieGogo campaign is for.  

OUR TEAM:

Delia Sherman: Executive Editor, Interfictions
Sofia Samatar: Nonfiction & Poetry Editor, Interfictions
Christopher Barzak: Fiction Editor, Interfictions
Meghan McCarron: Fiction Editor, Interfictions
Henry Lien:  Arts Editor, Interfictions
Kris Dikeman:  Campaign Co-Manager
Carlos Hernandez: Campaign Co-Manager
Sam J. Miller: Campaign Outreach
Ellen Kushner: Campaign Outreach
Anthony LaRusso: Campaign Operations
Ariel Franklin-Hudson:  Campaign Operations
Susana Aguilar-Marcelo: Campaign Operations
Terence Taylor:  Video
Nathanael Tronerud: Music

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  • $15USD
    Featured
    E-Chapbooks #1 + #2

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: Both of our exclusive E-Chapbooks, (contents listed in the CHAPBOOK section), an amazing compendium of Interstitial Goodness!

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  • $5USD
    Supporter

    Your name will appear as a supporter of Interfictions Online on the IAF website. You will also, if you ask, receive advance notice of the submissions period for the next 2 issues of INTERFICTIONS ONLINE.

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  • $10USD
    Exclusive E-Chapbook #1

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: The first of our two exclusive E-Chapbooks, created with material donated by friends, contributors and supporters of Interfictions Online. See the CHAPBOOK section, below, for the table of contents of E-Chapbook 1.

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    Exclusive E-Chapbook #2

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: The second of our two exclusive E-Chapbooks, created with material donated by friends, contributors and supporters of Interfictions Online. See the CHAPBOOK section, below, for the table of contents of E-Chapbook 2.

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    How to Flirt in Faerieland

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Found in this collection of seventeen poems are goblins, crones, robber brides, coyotes, and sea kings. C.S.E. Cooney draws from folklore and myth to create something entirely her own. Irreverently illustrated by Rebecca Huston, introduced by poet Amal El-Mohtar. Signed & inscribed to you by the author on request. No shipping outside of the continental U.S.

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    Honey Month

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Every day for a month, poet Amal El-Mohtar unstoppered another small vial of honey and took in the sight, scent and taste of it as inspiration for a poem, story, or something in between. These 28 pieces of spontaneous synaesthesia are beautifully illustrated by Oliver Hunter. For more about this exquisite interstitial work, see these IAF blogposts: http://bit.ly/1mVD4ts http://bit.ly/TKOd9v

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    Clockwork Phoenix (All) e-book

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: All 4 volumes of Mike Allen's ground-breaking Interstitial anthology series Clockwork Phoenix--equivalent to more than 1000 pages of boundary-blurring fiction! Available in PDF, EPUB and MOBI formats.

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  • $20USD
    "Dementia Blues" by Stu Jenks

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Stu Jenks and his mother Mary Jenks, never that close before she became sick with dementia, find new ways to let go of the past, and to live in a present filled with love, fear and some moments of joy. Stu hopes this book can help others who are caring for parents and loved ones with this disease. Please see the Gallery for more.

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    "This Mortal Coil"

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: A signed 6"x6" print by artist Greta Ward (gretaward.com) on heavy fine art paper, suitable for framing. Greta writes: "This raven was painted completely with my non-dominant hand, after breaking my wrist while hiking the Rincon Mountains in Tucson, AZ. " Please go to the Gallery (tab at the top of this page) to see this image.

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    The Three Graces

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: A signed 8"x6" print by artist, Greta Ward (gretaward.com) on heavy fine art paper, suitable for framing. Greta writes: "The Graces appeared in a dream -- crepe myrtle in their hair -- they pushed aside commissions and demanded to be painted immediately, as a muse is wont to do." Please go to the Gallery (tab at the top of this page) to see this image.

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  • $25USD
    INTERFICTIONS signed print

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: Fine photo-print of cover art for INTERFICTIONS, 15" x 11", signed in pencil by the artist, Connie Toebe. To view this print, please click on the GALLERY tab at the top of this page. International backers, please add $20 for shipping.

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  • $25USD
    Sybil's Garage, Complete

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: Publisher and editor Matthew Kressel will send you the complete ebook series — all seven issues — of SYBIL'S GARAGE, the 'zine that "delved unabashedly into those strange, surreal, and aberrant places that fall between the cracks of standard genre fiction." Fiction from Richard Bowes, Genevieve Valentine, Hal Duncan, M.K. Hobson & more. Includes bonus epub of PAPER CITIES, the '09 World Fantasy Award-Winning anthology, edited by Ekaterina Sedia.

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  • $30USD
    Signed INTERFICTIONS 1 & 2

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: Both of the IAF's original print anthologies: INTERFICTIONS (edited by Delia Sherman & Theodora Goss) & INTERFICTIONS 2 (edited by Delia Sherman & Christopher Barzak) in one glorious set. Original interstitial fiction by Catherynne M. Valente, Jeffrey Ford, Alaya Dawn Johnson, M. Rickert, Alan DeNiro and many, many more. Handsome trade paperbacks from Small Beer Press. Cover art by Connie Toebe & Alex Myers. Signed by editor Delia S

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    Signed Kevin Brockmeier Memoir

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: A signed hardcover of Interfictions Online contributor Kevin Brockmeier's new book, A FEW SECONDS OF RADIANT FILMSTRIP: A MEMOIR OF SEVENTH GRADE. Entertainment Weekly says: “FILMSTRIP is a funny, poignant oddity. . . . The prose is always a pleasure, and our little underdog hero is so likable that you're relieved just to be holding the book in your hands: It's proof that he turned out okay.”

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    $35USD
    Leather Bird Book, Purples

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: This "bird-book" by Wendy Ellertson, internationally-known creator of sculptural leather figures and accessories, and a longtime IAF Board Member (www.ellertson.com). 7" wingspread, 4" high ... aged and painted pages waiting for story strings... Please see the Gallery (tab at the top of the page) for an image of this item.

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    Leather Bird Book, Blues

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: This "bird-book" by Wendy Ellertson, internationally-known creator of sculptural leather figures and accessories, and a longtime IAF Board Member (www.ellertson.com). 7" wingspread, 4" high ... aged and painted pages waiting for story strings... Please see the Gallery (tab at the top of the page) for an image of this item.

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    Leather Dragon Book, Blues

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: This "dragon-book" by Wendy Ellertson, internationally-known creator of sculptural leather figures and accessories, and a longtime IAF Board Member (www.ellertson.com). 8" wingspread, 5.5 " high ... can perch or "fly" ... aged and painted pages waiting for drifting words.... Please see the Gallery (tab at the top of the page) for an image of this item.

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    Leather Dragon Book, Greens

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: This "dragon-book" by Wendy Ellertson, internationally-known creator of sculptural leather figures and accessories, and a longtime IAF Board Member (www.ellertson.com). 8" wingspread, 5.5 " high ... can perch or "fly" ... aged and painted pages waiting for drifting words.... Please see the Gallery (tab at the top of the page) for an image of this item.

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    Leather Dragon Book, Reds

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: This "dragon-book" by Wendy Ellertson, internationally-known creator of sculptural leather figures and accessories, and a longtime IAF Board Member (www.ellertson.com). 8" wingspread, 5.5 " high ... can perch or "fly" ... aged and painted pages waiting for drifting words.... Please see the Gallery (tab at the top of the page) for an image of this item.

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    $40USD
    "Changeling"

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: An 8"x10" photo, created and signed by Interstitial writer/artist Ellen Klages. Completely true to life, not a breath of a lie. Please see the Gallery section for an image of the photograph. International backers, please add $10 for overseas shipping.

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    "When Peeps Ruled the Earth"

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: 8"x10" photo, created and signed by Interstitial writer/artist Ellen Klages. Hang it in your kitchen, scare your children! Please see the Gallery section for an image of the photograph. International backers, please add $10 for overseas shipping.

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  • $40USD
    "Flame Spirals" by Stu Jenks

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus" The Zippo Lighter creations with which Jenks first made his name in the 1990’s, intertwined with explanations on how he made the nocturnal spirals, this book shares his unique observations on God, sex, romance, and death. A must-read for those trying to figure out how to photograph at night and for those trying to understand how to walk between two worlds during the day. Check out the Gallery tab for a shot of the cover!

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    $50USD
    Custom Hair Fall

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: "The Wildness Inside": Hair fall made from purple heartwood, hand-spun wool yarn, ribbons, beads, and multimedia found objects. Inspired by "The Marriage" by Nin Andrews in INTERFICTIONS 2, created by Erica Olson. Please see the Gallery (tab at the top of the page) for an image of this item.

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    Chanteys for the Fisherangels

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Feathers and shells adorn a cover of glazed, handmade paper, no two alike. 4 poets inspired by Lal Waterson’s song “Midnight Feast”: J.C. Runolfson; Sonya Taaffe; Francesca Forrest & Erik Amundsen. Intro by Greer Gilman. Limited, numbered edition of 33 copies hand-bound by Erzebet YellowBoy of Papaveria Press: http://www.papaveria.com Please see the Gallery (tab at top of page) for an image of this item.

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  • $65USD
    “Nostalgia” by Lynn Hardaker

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: “Nostalgia” by Lynn Hardaker, whose work draws inspiration from Fragments of antique letters, dried pressed flowers flowers & flea market finds. 15 x 15 x 1.5 cm (not inches!) on stretched canvas support. Signed and dated on the back. Please see the Gallery for a picture of this collage.

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  • $70USD
    Leather Journal Cover with Eye

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: This journal cover by Wendy Ellertson, internationally-known creator of sculptural leather figures and accessories, and a longtime IAF Board Member (www.ellertson.com). 4x6, with blank and replaceable hardbound journal insert. Red suede lining ... just waiting for interstitial play in word and image.... Please see the Gallery (tab at the top of the page) for an image of this item.

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    $75USD
    "Frozen Charlotte" Doll

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Antique “Frozen Charlotte” doll from the collection of Australian author Lucy Sussex; the original inspiration for her famous short story! About 3 inches long. Damage to feet repaired with plaster. Please see the Gallery for a picture of the doll.

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    $75USD
    Thomas Canty Signed Print

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Limited Print of original illustration by Thomas Canty for Ellen Kushner's "The Man with the Knives" chapbook from Temporary Culture. This is a flat, unfolded copy of the folding plate, SIGNED by the artist. Suitable for framing. 8 3/4" x 17" Please see the Gallery (tab at the top of the page) for an image of this item.

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  • $80USD
    AIT! Picture Disc

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Limited edition vinyl of album by Italian industrial/electronic artist AIT! (http://www.last.fm/music/AIT!) with artwork by Italian fetish painter Saturno Butto (www.saturnobutto.com). This disc is number 164 of a limited edition of 333. Please see the Gallery for images. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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  • $90USD
    Mark Walpin: Untitled (1)

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Mark Walpin, 8" x 8", Mixed Media (photo/painting). Please see the Gallery for an image of this work of art. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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    Mark Walpin: Untitled (2)

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Mark Walpin, 9" x 9", Mixed Media (photo/painting). Please see the Gallery for an image of this work of art. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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    Mark Walpin: Untitled (3)

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Mark Walpin, 10.5" x 8.25", Mixed Media (photo/painting). Please see the Gallery for an image of this work of art. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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    Mark Walpin: Untitled (4)

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Mark Walpin, 13" x 12", Mixed Media (photo/painting). Please see the Gallery for an image of this work of art. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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    Mark Walpin: Untitled (5)

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Mark Walpin, 13" x 13", Mixed Media (photo/painting). Please see the Gallery for an image of this work of art. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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    Mark Walpin: Untitled (6)

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Mark Walpin, 15" x 12", Mixed Media (photo/painting). Please see the Gallery for an image of this work of art. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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    Mark Walpin: Untitled (7)

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Mark Walpin, 18.5" x 10", Mixed Media (photo/painting). Please see the Gallery for an image of this work of art. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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  • $150USD
    Poetry Scarf

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: Interstitial art you can wear! Interfictions author Shira Lipkin will write a poem or flash fiction piece expressly for you and tie it into a hand-knitted scarf. The scarf will be made of wool (unless the buyer has a wool allergy), and the buyer picks the color! Click on the GALLERY tab at the top of this page (note that this is not the actual scarf, but a sample of Shira's work). International backers, please add $20 for shipping.

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  • $150USD
    Rudi Van Brussel Male Nude

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Rudi Van Brussel, 9" x 6", Pencil on Paper. Male nude drawing by Surrealist painter from Surinam (www.rudievanbrussel.com). Please see the Gallery for an image. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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  • $240USD
    Michael Gorman Guardian in Red

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Michael Gorman, 14" x 11" (unframed), Oil on Canvas. Popular L.A. contemporary painter. (See our Gallery and axiomcontemporary.com/artists/michael-gorman or www.leftcoastgalleries.com/artists/gorman-new/index.htm for more). Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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  • $250USD
    Story Medical Consult

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: The doctor is in! A "Medical Literary Session" with a licensed MD, who has done medical consults for Network television and fiction writers. The Dr. will give you a 2 hour consult via Skype, answer questions on medical topics as they pertain to your writing and offer ideas and advice, OR the Dr. will read your short story manuscript (limit 5,000 words) or novel outline (limit 10 pages) and offer a critique on the accuracy of your medical jargon.

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  • $300USD
    Michael Gorman: Untitled

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Michael Gorman, 43" x 30" (unframed), Mixed Media on Paper. Popular L.A. contemporary painter. (See our Gallery and axiomcontemporary.com/artists/michael-gorman or www.leftcoastgalleries.com/artists/gorman-new/index.htm for more). Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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  • $300USD
    Gyorgyi Peluce: Oink

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Gyorgyi Peluce, 12" x 12" (unframed), Acrylic on Canvas. Hungarian pop artist who also worked as a color designer on "The Simpsons." She was the one who originally convinced Matt Groening to make the Simpsons' skin yellow, Marge's hair blue, etc. Please see the Gallery for an image of this work of art. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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  • $350USD
    Brian Slattery Writes for You!

    The benefits of the "Supporter" Perk, plus: Philip K. Dick award-winner Brian Francis Slattery, author of THE FAMILY HIGHTOWER, LOST EVERYTHING and SPACEMAN BLUES, will write a short story exclusively for you, based on a prompt you give him. A sentence? An idea? A photograph? A song? You give him the prompt, and he'll write it.

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    Estimated delivery: October 2014
  • $1,800USD
    The Machine in the Garden

    All the benefits of the "Supporter" perk, plus: Tristan Schane, 32" x 40" (unframed), Graphite on Museum board. L.A. artist (www.tristanschane.com) created this piece for a Steampunk-themed show organized by the Glass Garage Gallery (www.glassgaragegallery.com). To watch a brief promo video of the exhibition featuring this piece, visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ3WN6EGdnI and see the Gallery for an image of this artwork. Packing/shipping included within continental U.S.

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