Natalie Eilbert is creating Poetry
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patrons

$68
per creation
As an artist with two critically acclaimed poetry collections under my belt (Swan Feast, 2015; Indictus, 2018) and a novel-in-progress, I made a choice not to return to office culture after coming back from my fellowship at UW-Madison. I live in New York, hustle with many adjunct, freelance, and workshop gigs, and, after this semester (Spring 2018), I'll be teaching at adjunct rates again, this time at UW-Madison. I need to devote time and energy into writing, which costs time and energy from my tedious freelance projects. There's also the matter of health insurance, travel expenses for readings, etc.

While I continue to pursue my writing, I hope you'll consider contributing to my Patreon page. You can receive exclusive looks into the various poems, essays, and excerpts that are underway. I will also offer close readings of contemporary poems of others, to help interested folks appreciate and unpack various nuances in poetry. I am grateful for any coins you can throw my way, while being mindful that donations such as these are not available to everyone. If you can't support with money but still would like to help, you can share my page in your various circles. Thank you thank you thank you.

Below is my bio. 

Natalie Eilbert is the author of Indictus, winner of Noemi Press's 2016 Poetry Prize and published in January 2018, as well as the poetry collection, Swan Feast (Bloof Books, 2015). Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from GrantaThe New Yorker, Tin House, The Kenyon Review, jubilat, and elsewhere. She was the recipient of the 2016 Jay C. and Ruth Halls Poetry Fellowship at University of Wisconsin–Madison and is the founding editor of The Atlas Review.
Tiers
Exclusive Writing
$5 or more per creation 5 patrons
Sometimes I write work that scares me too much to publish, but it is work of which I am very proud. Selecting this option will allow an exclusive look into some of those pieces, be them essays, poetry, and novel excerpts. 
Signed Copy of Swan Feast
$15 or more per creation 2 of 15 patrons
My first poetry collection, Swan Feast, published in 2015 with Bloof Books.  Poems from this collection have been featured in Tin House, Guernica, Sixth Finch, and elsewhere. It received glowing reviews from The Rumpus, LA Review of Books, Entropy, and elsewhere. I will send you a signed copy of the book! Limited offer, as I only have a small stack!
Signed Copy of Indictus
$20 or more per creation 1 of 20 patrons
My second poetry collection published in 2018 with Noemi Press.  Poems from this collection have been featured in The Boston Review, The Denver Quarterly, Granta, and elsewhere. It has been reviewed by Chicago Review of Books, The Poetry Foundation, The Millions, and many more places are still forthcoming. I will send you a signed copy of the book! Limited offer, as I only have a small stack!
All the Things!
$50 or more per creation 1 of 20 patrons
Receive access into all my writings as well as signed copies of both my books!
Goals
$68 of $500 per creation
I had to set up a goals portion of this. The goal is, however, to write and not die.
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As an artist with two critically acclaimed poetry collections under my belt (Swan Feast, 2015; Indictus, 2018) and a novel-in-progress, I made a choice not to return to office culture after coming back from my fellowship at UW-Madison. I live in New York, hustle with many adjunct, freelance, and workshop gigs, and, after this semester (Spring 2018), I'll be teaching at adjunct rates again, this time at UW-Madison. I need to devote time and energy into writing, which costs time and energy from my tedious freelance projects. There's also the matter of health insurance, travel expenses for readings, etc.

While I continue to pursue my writing, I hope you'll consider contributing to my Patreon page. You can receive exclusive looks into the various poems, essays, and excerpts that are underway. I will also offer close readings of contemporary poems of others, to help interested folks appreciate and unpack various nuances in poetry. I am grateful for any coins you can throw my way, while being mindful that donations such as these are not available to everyone. If you can't support with money but still would like to help, you can share my page in your various circles. Thank you thank you thank you.

Below is my bio. 

Natalie Eilbert is the author of Indictus, winner of Noemi Press's 2016 Poetry Prize and published in January 2018, as well as the poetry collection, Swan Feast (Bloof Books, 2015). Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from GrantaThe New Yorker, Tin House, The Kenyon Review, jubilat, and elsewhere. She was the recipient of the 2016 Jay C. and Ruth Halls Poetry Fellowship at University of Wisconsin–Madison and is the founding editor of The Atlas Review.

Recent posts by Natalie Eilbert

Tiers
Exclusive Writing
$5 or more per creation 5 patrons
Sometimes I write work that scares me too much to publish, but it is work of which I am very proud. Selecting this option will allow an exclusive look into some of those pieces, be them essays, poetry, and novel excerpts. 
Signed Copy of Swan Feast
$15 or more per creation 2 of 15 patrons
My first poetry collection, Swan Feast, published in 2015 with Bloof Books.  Poems from this collection have been featured in Tin House, Guernica, Sixth Finch, and elsewhere. It received glowing reviews from The Rumpus, LA Review of Books, Entropy, and elsewhere. I will send you a signed copy of the book! Limited offer, as I only have a small stack!
Signed Copy of Indictus
$20 or more per creation 1 of 20 patrons
My second poetry collection published in 2018 with Noemi Press.  Poems from this collection have been featured in The Boston Review, The Denver Quarterly, Granta, and elsewhere. It has been reviewed by Chicago Review of Books, The Poetry Foundation, The Millions, and many more places are still forthcoming. I will send you a signed copy of the book! Limited offer, as I only have a small stack!
All the Things!
$50 or more per creation 1 of 20 patrons
Receive access into all my writings as well as signed copies of both my books!