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Are you a Microfiction Monday fan? If you’d like to show your love by supporting us, please visit our Patreon page and consider becoming a patron for as little as $1 a month. Your contribution will help pay for site maintenance, submissions management, promotion, and more.

Those who contribute $1 or more each month will receive access to a .pdf version of our “Best of 2015” print publication, featuring microfiction stories voted on by our readers alongside new stories that have not been published online.

If you contribute $5 or more, you will additionally receive recognition on our Thank You page.

Microfiction Monday has made a commitment to NEVER charge submissions fees, though this has also meant we are unable to pay our contributors. Should we manage to raise enough funds, not only would we like to start offering nominal payments, but we would like to run another voting competition for a new Best Of anthology, in which those published would receive free copies.

And that’s not all! If we get enough sponsors we may release additional content for patrons only in the future. (No worries if you can’t make a financial commitment at this time: there are no planned changes to the quality content on our site!)

2 responses

  1. I would appreciate making a one time payment for now and then following it up in due course
    Possible?
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    1. I checked the Patreon website to see if this was an option, and this is what they say on the matter:

      “While one-time payments are a great feature idea, it’s important we stay true to what Patreon is all about: Building a membership platform for creators.

      For now, the best way for a patron subscribe to a creator with a one-time payment is to become a patron then simply cancel their membership after they have been successfully billed. You’ll know when you have been billed because you’ll receive an email confirmation stating your payment has successfully processed.

      Additionally, you can check your billing history to see when you were billed and if it has successfully processed. ”

      I think they usually bill at the 1st of the month, if that helps. Your desire to support us is greatly appreciated!

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