Mick Hugh is creating Prose-poetry, fiction and essays at MicksNeonFog.com
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I write prose-poetry, short fiction and creative non-fiction. I freelance for a living, which makes each donation that much more important  - each donation, no matter the size, means I can dedicate that much more of my time to creating something that you enjoy, something that matters, the kind of writing that - I hope - moves you and stays with you long after you've read it.

Support from my patrons is what makes it possible for me to write creatively. It's my dream, it's my love, it's my life. I can't say thank you enough. In fact, it's going to take me a lifetime to explain how much gratitude I have.

Thank you again for your support,

- Mick Hugh
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$1 or more per month 0 patrons
Fresh prose poetry that'll make your nose bleed. It'll impress your friends - more importantly, it'll impress me. Thank you!
Chapbooker
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Avid Readers
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At $20 a month, great prose poetry is a much better deal than cable TV. I'll figure out a good reward for this, because while I appreciate everyone who supports this endeavor, Avid Readers are a cut above. I'll see about having those chapbooks printed and shipped.
Bleacher Creatures
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If you sign-up for $100 a month, first, let me thank you, because this means a tremendous amount to me.

Each person who signs up for $100 a month can receive a custom prose poetry piece. Send me details, places, emotions, events, and I'll send you a special piece, custom-made.

Benefactor
$1,000 or more per month 0 patrons
Benefactors will find themselves listed in the first novel I publish. I can't dedicate enough time to fiction until I quit my day-job while still being able to provide. When that happens, I'll know who to thank, and Benefactors will find that gratitude in my first published novel.
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If I reach $2000 a month I can cut in half the hours I need to work to pay rent/bills/etc. Which means I'll have time to produce short fiction alongside my prose poetry. Any short fiction I complete will go out publications, and my Patreon supporters will be able to get sneak-peaks and PDFs.
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I write prose-poetry, short fiction and creative non-fiction. I freelance for a living, which makes each donation that much more important  - each donation, no matter the size, means I can dedicate that much more of my time to creating something that you enjoy, something that matters, the kind of writing that - I hope - moves you and stays with you long after you've read it.

Support from my patrons is what makes it possible for me to write creatively. It's my dream, it's my love, it's my life. I can't say thank you enough. In fact, it's going to take me a lifetime to explain how much gratitude I have.

Thank you again for your support,

- Mick Hugh

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Rewards
Supporter
$1 or more per month 0 patrons
Fresh prose poetry that'll make your nose bleed. It'll impress your friends - more importantly, it'll impress me. Thank you!
Chapbooker
$5 or more per month 0 patrons

Avid Readers
$20 or more per month 0 patrons
At $20 a month, great prose poetry is a much better deal than cable TV. I'll figure out a good reward for this, because while I appreciate everyone who supports this endeavor, Avid Readers are a cut above. I'll see about having those chapbooks printed and shipped.
Bleacher Creatures
$100 or more per month 0 patrons
If you sign-up for $100 a month, first, let me thank you, because this means a tremendous amount to me.

Each person who signs up for $100 a month can receive a custom prose poetry piece. Send me details, places, emotions, events, and I'll send you a special piece, custom-made.

Benefactor
$1,000 or more per month 0 patrons
Benefactors will find themselves listed in the first novel I publish. I can't dedicate enough time to fiction until I quit my day-job while still being able to provide. When that happens, I'll know who to thank, and Benefactors will find that gratitude in my first published novel.