The Idiom Magazine needs donations to get a table, banners, and printed issues to distribute for free at the Brooklyn Book Festival!
I'm looking to raise money to help my publishing company, Piscataway House Publications, and The Idiom Magazine participate in The Brooklyn Book Festival.
I will need funds to purchase a table at the festival which is about $400. I would like to get some banners made up of our logos so we can let people know who we are. I will also be printing up about 2-3000 thousand copies of The Idiom Magazine which I will be distributing for free. It costs about $100 to make 1,000 copies. I am asking for $800 to help fund this project, and any contributions you can make towards obtaining our goal is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Feb 12, 2012 - Apr 12, 2012 (60 days)
Pledge $10 or more
I can give you some back issues of The Idiom and other goodies.Estimated delivery: Jun 2012
Pledge $25 or more
You will receive all 5 issues from Volume 7 of The Idiom Magazine. I will also throw in some stickers and back issues.Estimated delivery: Jun 2012
Pledge $40 or more
Volume 7 of The Idiom and Goodies and a signed copy of Word / Airplane Lies and Other Poems WIthout a Home, a book of poems and words by Mike Noordzy and Mark Brunetti. Airplane Lies was the winner of the 2007 DIY Book Award.Estimated delivery: Jun 2012
Pledge $60 or more
Volume 7 and goodies, Airplane Lies / Word, and the two Idiom Anthologies of Volumes 1-4. Each anthology has 10 issues of The Idiom combined into one book, signed by the editors.Estimated delivery: Jun 2012
Pledge $100 or more
Volume 7 and goodies, Airplane Lies / Word, Idiom Anthologies 1 & 2, and the two newest books being released by Piscataway House Publications this year, "Do MFA Programs Work? A Collection of poetry, fiction, and essays, from the students at William Paterson University and their professor, Timothy Liu, and a copy of "5 7 5 We must tell a whole story in only three lines" a collection of Haiku from Central Jersey Poets.Estimated delivery: Jun 2012