Carrot Ranch Literary Community provides a safe space for writers to practice, polish and share their creative writing 99 words at a time. It’s a place where writers can incubate ideas for longer works or different projects.
The Lead Buckaroo frequently helps writers behind the barns, too. She shares her marketing experience and frequently beta-reads developing manuscripts.
Carrot Ranch provides free literary outreach to veteran centers, libraries and rural communities that do not have access to literary arts programs. Wrangling Words can be offered by any Rough Writer thus spreading the outreach.
As the Ranch and outreach grow, so do the administrative costs. The goals for the collaborative anthologies and Flash Fiction Rodeo collections include sustainability, a travel fund for Rough Writers and future profit sharing.
Patronage is one way for the Ranch to grow its infrastructure and work toward meeting the publication goals.
How to Get Your Name or Memorial on the Patron Wall
You can donate to the projects at Carrot Ranch, to the development of community education, and to increase writer and reader access to literary art. Rural and veteran communities are a priority.
A Legacy Gift ($300) is one donated in honor of those loved ones who valued literary art, reading and writing.
Memorials ($100) remember Loved Ones we’ve lost.
Patrons ($50) support the Ranch, Rough Writers & Lead Buckaroo.
HOW TO SUPPORT:
PayPal: Support Carrot Ranch Literary Community with a one-time or monthly donation.
Monthly patronage comes with the following rewards or services:
$3/month = Monthly Carrot Ranch Desktop Art
$5/month = Exclusive Flash Fiction from the Buckaroo
$10/month = Monthly Marketing Newsletter for Writers
$25/month = Signed Copy of Vol. 1 + Previous 3 Rewards
$75/month = 1-hour Marketing Retainer Per Month
Grub Stake by D. Avery
“Hey, Pal. Aussie was wonderin’ how to git the stakes up for the ranch.”
“That’s right, Kid.”
“Hey, Pal, what if we had like a contest, where you pay to play. But no judging. Anyone that wrangles is a winner.”
“And if you just come by to read you can pay too?”
“Yeah, I reckon’ anyone could pay. Unless they can’t. Or already did.”
“They probably already did.”
“Did you ante up?”
“I gave some.”
“Some is good, Pal.”
“Kid, my name ain’t Pal.”
“So stop calling me Pal. Or else.”
“What? You’ll make me pay, Pal?”