The Now Age Press is creating original writing and video content.
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"Unconventionally Unconventional" is the tagline for The Now Age Press, a magazine-style website that has been creating original written commentary about the perverse nature of American society since 1998. While our original focus was centered around American's disturbingly destructive relationship with food and health, with the debacle surrounding the Supreme Court's manipulation of the 2000 election, or focus moved to include the perverse in politics.  While moving from the political has been challenging, in that effort we're recently launched a new column about the the corrosive effects of celebrity culture.

We publish two columns per week. First, our original byline "Now Age Minute," and our recently added "#TermLimits4Celebs."

Additionally, we produce two "Now Age Conversations" per month, via Skype, with Now Age Press front man, Craig Gordon discussing issues of the day with voices of interest you're unlikely to find appearing in the mainstream media.

We're here on Patreon to allow those who appreciate our work a means to help us thrive. We're not interested in an advertising model, so we depend on the kind contributions of our readers and viewers.

At this point, we're not offering rewards, as the reward is the work we produce. I'm certain you're not hoping for a new mug or tote bag. Additionally, we're not producing exclusive content, as we're busy enough doing what we're doing.

We appreciate your consideration!
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Now Age Fiver
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
Five dollars a month keeps us partially caffeinated to inform and entertain you. 
Now Age Twenty Spot
$20 or more per month 0 patrons
Twenty smackers per month so that we're sufficiently caffeinated throughout the month, if we buy cheap coffee. 
Now Age Fifty Yard Line
$50 or more per month 0 patrons
Fifty bucks per month guarantees that we're juiced up enough to make you laugh and cry from the same commentary. 
Goals
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We're looking to generate a monthly stipend that will allow www.NowAgePress.com to keep up the quality and consistency of our work.
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"Unconventionally Unconventional" is the tagline for The Now Age Press, a magazine-style website that has been creating original written commentary about the perverse nature of American society since 1998. While our original focus was centered around American's disturbingly destructive relationship with food and health, with the debacle surrounding the Supreme Court's manipulation of the 2000 election, or focus moved to include the perverse in politics.  While moving from the political has been challenging, in that effort we're recently launched a new column about the the corrosive effects of celebrity culture.

We publish two columns per week. First, our original byline "Now Age Minute," and our recently added "#TermLimits4Celebs."

Additionally, we produce two "Now Age Conversations" per month, via Skype, with Now Age Press front man, Craig Gordon discussing issues of the day with voices of interest you're unlikely to find appearing in the mainstream media.

We're here on Patreon to allow those who appreciate our work a means to help us thrive. We're not interested in an advertising model, so we depend on the kind contributions of our readers and viewers.

At this point, we're not offering rewards, as the reward is the work we produce. I'm certain you're not hoping for a new mug or tote bag. Additionally, we're not producing exclusive content, as we're busy enough doing what we're doing.

We appreciate your consideration!

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Rewards
Now Age Fiver
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
Five dollars a month keeps us partially caffeinated to inform and entertain you. 
Now Age Twenty Spot
$20 or more per month 0 patrons
Twenty smackers per month so that we're sufficiently caffeinated throughout the month, if we buy cheap coffee. 
Now Age Fifty Yard Line
$50 or more per month 0 patrons
Fifty bucks per month guarantees that we're juiced up enough to make you laugh and cry from the same commentary.