Horror Tree is creating a source to help authors grow their talent
21

patrons

$94
per month
Welcome
Hello there,

Stuart Conover here, editor of The Horror Tree! First off, thank you for considering joining and helping grow the Horror Tree Community. For years, this website has been a passion project for everyone involved. What started off as a simple listing of horror markets has grown to one of the largest listings of speculative market listings that you can find online. On top of that, we strive to give you author interviews, fresh fiction on a weekly basis, and articles that can help your writing career. Without you, we wouldn't have grown past a horror market listing tracker into what we are today!

How Patreon Works
If you've found your way to our Patreon from our website you may or may not be familiar with the service. What Patreon is in place to do is offer our readers a direct way to support the growing community of Horror Tree. Based on the concept of offering patronage to artists and creatives, this service allows you to offer it to our website.
To use the service is really quite simple. You would select the orange button in the top right of the screen that you want to "Become A Patreon" and select a monthly contribution! Each level has its own unique rewards. As a bonus, all Patreons will also get early access to the pro-pay markets on the day we find them and won't have to wait until they're published on the site.

Our Plans For Patronage
The first goal of seeking out Patrons has already been fulfilled. That is to keep the site from being a financial burdon. THANK YOU PATRONS!

Following this, we have a few areas which we're hoping to take care of.
  • Paying our staff a bare minimum for all the hard work everyone puts in.
  • Paying our Trembling With Fear contributors up front.
  • Giving our staff a pay raise.
  • Expanding the website with custom features.
  • Creating more paying writing opportunities to our readers.
  • Creating an ad-free version of the site for Patreons
  • And so much more! 
THANK YOU!
Once again, thank you for taking part in the Horror Tree community. We couldn't do this without you.
Tiers
Thank you!
$1 or more per month 12 patrons
Our eternal gratitude!  (We also offer absolution for those of you who use ad-blocking software for denying us the half pennies each of our ads give us!) ;)
Buy Us A Coffee!
$3 or more per month 4 patrons
This might buy one of us a coffee assuming we aren't shopping at the largest chain of all time! Every donation (and cup of coffee) helps us get you new content though!
Up Front And Personal Thank You!
$10 or more per month 4 patrons
With this reward we will add a Patreons link on our front page and list active Patreons with a link to your homepage (or a link of your choice.) 
Feedback
$25 or more per month 1 patron
All of the above AND we'll give you feedback on a story up to 3 thousand words per month. Note: This will not be a complete edit. We'll share thoughts on what we'd like to see and minor grammar issues that stand out.
Goals
$94 of $180 per month
This level is the break even point on my time and resources. Also, at this amount coming in I can leave one of my side gigs to dedicate more time for the site!
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Welcome
Hello there,

Stuart Conover here, editor of The Horror Tree! First off, thank you for considering joining and helping grow the Horror Tree Community. For years, this website has been a passion project for everyone involved. What started off as a simple listing of horror markets has grown to one of the largest listings of speculative market listings that you can find online. On top of that, we strive to give you author interviews, fresh fiction on a weekly basis, and articles that can help your writing career. Without you, we wouldn't have grown past a horror market listing tracker into what we are today!

How Patreon Works
If you've found your way to our Patreon from our website you may or may not be familiar with the service. What Patreon is in place to do is offer our readers a direct way to support the growing community of Horror Tree. Based on the concept of offering patronage to artists and creatives, this service allows you to offer it to our website.
To use the service is really quite simple. You would select the orange button in the top right of the screen that you want to "Become A Patreon" and select a monthly contribution! Each level has its own unique rewards. As a bonus, all Patreons will also get early access to the pro-pay markets on the day we find them and won't have to wait until they're published on the site.

Our Plans For Patronage
The first goal of seeking out Patrons has already been fulfilled. That is to keep the site from being a financial burdon. THANK YOU PATRONS!

Following this, we have a few areas which we're hoping to take care of.
  • Paying our staff a bare minimum for all the hard work everyone puts in.
  • Paying our Trembling With Fear contributors up front.
  • Giving our staff a pay raise.
  • Expanding the website with custom features.
  • Creating more paying writing opportunities to our readers.
  • Creating an ad-free version of the site for Patreons
  • And so much more! 
THANK YOU!
Once again, thank you for taking part in the Horror Tree community. We couldn't do this without you.

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Tiers
Thank you!
$1 or more per month 12 patrons
Our eternal gratitude!  (We also offer absolution for those of you who use ad-blocking software for denying us the half pennies each of our ads give us!) ;)
Buy Us A Coffee!
$3 or more per month 4 patrons
This might buy one of us a coffee assuming we aren't shopping at the largest chain of all time! Every donation (and cup of coffee) helps us get you new content though!
Up Front And Personal Thank You!
$10 or more per month 4 patrons
With this reward we will add a Patreons link on our front page and list active Patreons with a link to your homepage (or a link of your choice.) 
Feedback
$25 or more per month 1 patron
All of the above AND we'll give you feedback on a story up to 3 thousand words per month. Note: This will not be a complete edit. We'll share thoughts on what we'd like to see and minor grammar issues that stand out.