Reckoning Press accepts (US) tax-free donations as a 501c3 nonprofit. Our goal is to promote and encourage creative thought and expression on matters of environmental justice. Donations help us to pay authors, artists, editors and staff for their work—helping them, with any luck, to do more of it.
It’s our first-ever fundraiser!
See the official announcment, with goals, rewards and prizes! Check out our newly updated and revamped Patreon and become a supporter! Or you can always support us in any of the other ways listed below.
In 2020, we raised our pay rate from 6 to 8 cents (US) a word for prose, and from $25 to $30 per page for poetry. Now we’re working towards 10 cents a word for prose and $50 per page for poetry. We also hope to raise enough to produce (and pay narrators for) audio versions of all our new content. This will qualify us for ‘public charity’ status, which would let us apply for more grants like the advertising one we got this year from SFWA, which will find us more readers and donors, which will let us pay even better and influence more people to think, imagine, and feel more deeply about environmental justice. A virtuous circle, I think they call that.
There are lots of ways to help us do all of the above.
You can contribute through our Patreon, which gets you on our email subscription (all Reckoning’s content a day before it goes online), everything we put out in print, and an invite to participate in our staff/contributor Discord community.
You can give a one-time donation in any amount through our PayPal Giving Fund:
Dreams for a Broken World Preorder$20.00 Add to cart
Reckoning 6 – Print Edition$20.00 Add to cart
Reckoning: Creativity and Coronavirus – Print Edition$10.00 Add to cart
Reckoning 5 – Print Edition$20.00 Add to cart
Weird Dream Society$20.00 Add to cart
Reckoning 4 – Print Edition$20.00 Add to cart
Reckoning 3 – Print Edition$20.00 Add to cart
Reckoning 2 – Print Edition$20.00 Add to cart
Reckoning 1 – Print Edition$20.00 Add to cart
Or, if you want to help but can’t swing any of the above, why not submit?