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Andrew Watt is a poet and artist working in western Massachusetts. Working in fabric, paper, and yarn, he creates objects that are intended to be both useful and symbolic — artworks that speak to our spiritual side on the one hand, and the genuine need to have practical and useful objects on the other.  Thank you for your support.
Tiers
Chapbook Patron
$5 or more per month

Thank you for your support! You'll get a new poem, written especially for you, when you join this tier. (It may not be //about// you, but it will be dedicated to you). That poem will become part of the monthly collection, and you'll get a copy of the PDF poetry collection for the month you join.


• poem dedicated to you personally when you first join;

• a copy of the monthly collection in which it appears.

Monthly Poetry Collection
$15 or more per month

Each month, I create a small PDF chapbook for you to download and print out: fifteen new poems (some good, some bad) plus some illustrations (some good, some bad). Dealing with astrological themes, geometry, tai chi, druidry, spirituality, and natural life in New England, these poems touch on many different subjects.  You get a new chapbook book each month you're a patron — some poems may be good, some bad, but you get first access.

Bardic Patrons
$65 or more per month

Bardic Patrons have made a serious commitment to poetry, and to support my efforts to create a bardic culture. In addition to getting a poem written and dedicated to them, they get access to the new collection of poetry and artwork each month, as well as a separate monthly essay on the role of bards in druidry: the intersection of memory, lore-keeping, astronomy and calendar-keeping, and magic.  If you provide your snail-mail address, I'll also send you one copy each of my earlier paper chapbooks until supplies run out:

• Welcome poem

• Monthly Poetry Collection

• Monthly Bardic Essay

• Bundle of paper chapbooks (while supplies last): Fame's Younger Sister, Argonautica, Percival, and others

Collected Works Patron
$350 or more per month

At this tier, you get all the benefits of the earlier tiers — the paper chapbook collection, the new poem dedicated to you, and the monthly digital chapbook, as well as the monthly bardic essay.  Additionally, I'll hand-bind a copy of two of my books of poetry: 1) "The Book of Splendor" describing natural life in New England (northeast USA) specifically for you, and 2) The book of the Mansions of the Moon, with design by me, and signed by the author.  It may take some time to bind this copy personally for you.

Andrew Watt is a poet and artist working in western Massachusetts. Working in fabric, paper, and yarn, he creates objects that are intended to be both useful and symbolic — artworks that speak to our spiritual side on the one hand, and the genuine need to have practical and useful objects on the other.  Thank you for your support.

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Tiers
Chapbook Patron
$5 or more per month

Thank you for your support! You'll get a new poem, written especially for you, when you join this tier. (It may not be //about// you, but it will be dedicated to you). That poem will become part of the monthly collection, and you'll get a copy of the PDF poetry collection for the month you join.


• poem dedicated to you personally when you first join;

• a copy of the monthly collection in which it appears.

Monthly Poetry Collection
$15 or more per month

Each month, I create a small PDF chapbook for you to download and print out: fifteen new poems (some good, some bad) plus some illustrations (some good, some bad). Dealing with astrological themes, geometry, tai chi, druidry, spirituality, and natural life in New England, these poems touch on many different subjects.  You get a new chapbook book each month you're a patron — some poems may be good, some bad, but you get first access.

Bardic Patrons
$65 or more per month

Bardic Patrons have made a serious commitment to poetry, and to support my efforts to create a bardic culture. In addition to getting a poem written and dedicated to them, they get access to the new collection of poetry and artwork each month, as well as a separate monthly essay on the role of bards in druidry: the intersection of memory, lore-keeping, astronomy and calendar-keeping, and magic.  If you provide your snail-mail address, I'll also send you one copy each of my earlier paper chapbooks until supplies run out:

• Welcome poem

• Monthly Poetry Collection

• Monthly Bardic Essay

• Bundle of paper chapbooks (while supplies last): Fame's Younger Sister, Argonautica, Percival, and others

Collected Works Patron
$350 or more per month

At this tier, you get all the benefits of the earlier tiers — the paper chapbook collection, the new poem dedicated to you, and the monthly digital chapbook, as well as the monthly bardic essay.  Additionally, I'll hand-bind a copy of two of my books of poetry: 1) "The Book of Splendor" describing natural life in New England (northeast USA) specifically for you, and 2) The book of the Mansions of the Moon, with design by me, and signed by the author.  It may take some time to bind this copy personally for you.