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Sci-Fi author Jay Lake has an 8% chance of surviving long enough to see his daughter graduate high school.  What does a parent do?
Sci-Fi author Jay Lake has an 8% chance of surviving long enough to see his daughter graduate high school. What does a parent do?
469 backers pledged $24,102 to help bring this project to life.

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    1. Creator C. Scott Kippen on June 3, 2014

      Sorry to hear of Jay's passing.

    2. Creator Leonrisulfr on April 17, 2013

      Congrats!

    3. Creator BorshtSoup on January 17, 2013

      I gave what I could afford, and I hope it helps you.
      This project is wonderful and deeply human.

    4. Creator Michele Galla on January 10, 2013

      I feel privileged to be a part of such a worthy project. Thanks for making this film. Please give my best to Jay and family. Congrats on a strong start. Will do what I can to encourage friends to sponsor.

    5. Creator Kevin J. Maroney on January 10, 2013

      So, time to start talking about stretch goals. Congrats!

    6. Creator Suzan Harden on January 9, 2013

      I'm glad you're not abandoning this film project because this is a story that needs to be told. I'm only sorry I cannot give you more. I am plugging LAKESIDE on my blog tomorrow. Best to you all,

    7. Creator Waterloo Productions on January 9, 2013

      That sounds great, Anthony! I'll talk to you soon.
      -Donnie

    8. Creator Anthony R Cardno on January 9, 2013

      I wish I could pledge at the $1,000 level or even more. Jay's been an inspiration to me over the past two years, and we share a history of colon cancer. Since I can't donate more money, I'd be happy to have you guest on my website, www.anthonycardno.com, where I've interviewed Jay in the past. We can do an email interview, or you can prepare a guest blog post -- whatever would be easiest for you, to help get the word out.

      Best,

      Anthony Cardno