Ursula Vernon is creating Random creative thingies
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Hi! My name is Ursula Vernon, and I'm a Hugo-Award winning creator of odd little thingies. I did a webcomic called "Digger" and I write children's books for a living. I also paint odd little pictures, make odd little games, build occasional odd little dolls, do a couple odd little podcasts, and spend a lot of time moving mulch around my garden and ranting about weeds. You can see my work, with links to my various books and blogs, at Red Wombat Studio.

If you enjoy the oddities in general and want to kick in a buck or two as a kind of Keep Ursula Weird donation, because you want it to keep going on, I am delighted to put that money toward Weird Food for the podcasts, antacids for my co-host, and art supplies for all the rest.

We have three tiers available. Consider...

The "Buy Ursula Coffee" fund! For the low, low price of $1 a month, you can buy Ursula a cup of coffee!

(Not fancy coffee. Basic drip. Okay, realistically it's "buy Ursula half a cup of coffee" but that doesn't roll off the tongue as nicely.) Caffeine is vital to the writing process, and allows me to write weird posts and our odd little podcast "The Hidden Almanac."

Or, if you're feeling wild and crazy, consider supporting at the $2 "Buy Ursula Antacids!" level!

An episode of KUEC costs us between $25 and $75 in food and booze. $2 a month equals $24 a year, which means you'll pay for a whole episode worth of food! Alternately, the fancy prescription antacids I'm on have a $25 co-pay, so you can contribute to keeping my esophagus from being eaten away by my body's response to the terrible terrible food.

(...and this is why I'm not in marketing, gang.)

And then there's the $5 level. Originally it was for my nifty new web-serial. And then the serial got made! And...err...I don't have another one lined up immediately. (They take awhile.) So if you support at the $5 level, you contribute to me looking vaguely like a deer in the headlights as I think "What is happening? Should I do more? Aaaaghhh!"

But if you enjoy what I do, and want it to keep going, and already have too much Stuff and do not want to buy more Stuff because sweet mother of goldfish, where are we going to put all this Stuff!? but you do want me to keep screaming about Lawn Crayfish and traveling to exotic locales where I will be menaced by local wildlife and doodling honey badgers and whatnot, then becoming a patron may be a great option for you. And I'll certainly be grateful.

Thanks for your time!
Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
340 patrons
You get nothing!
Pledge $2 or more per month
246 patrons
Still nothing, but twice as much of it!
Pledge $5 or more per month
216 patrons
Friends of Orcus
Get a free e-book version of Summer in Orcus at the end of the web-serial, and feel the warm glow of having made a cool book available to everybody because I wasn't afraid of starving to death while writing it!
Hi! My name is Ursula Vernon, and I'm a Hugo-Award winning creator of odd little thingies. I did a webcomic called "Digger" and I write children's books for a living. I also paint odd little pictures, make odd little games, build occasional odd little dolls, do a couple odd little podcasts, and spend a lot of time moving mulch around my garden and ranting about weeds. You can see my work, with links to my various books and blogs, at Red Wombat Studio.

If you enjoy the oddities in general and want to kick in a buck or two as a kind of Keep Ursula Weird donation, because you want it to keep going on, I am delighted to put that money toward Weird Food for the podcasts, antacids for my co-host, and art supplies for all the rest.

We have three tiers available. Consider...

The "Buy Ursula Coffee" fund! For the low, low price of $1 a month, you can buy Ursula a cup of coffee!

(Not fancy coffee. Basic drip. Okay, realistically it's "buy Ursula half a cup of coffee" but that doesn't roll off the tongue as nicely.) Caffeine is vital to the writing process, and allows me to write weird posts and our odd little podcast "The Hidden Almanac."

Or, if you're feeling wild and crazy, consider supporting at the $2 "Buy Ursula Antacids!" level!

An episode of KUEC costs us between $25 and $75 in food and booze. $2 a month equals $24 a year, which means you'll pay for a whole episode worth of food! Alternately, the fancy prescription antacids I'm on have a $25 co-pay, so you can contribute to keeping my esophagus from being eaten away by my body's response to the terrible terrible food.

(...and this is why I'm not in marketing, gang.)

And then there's the $5 level. Originally it was for my nifty new web-serial. And then the serial got made! And...err...I don't have another one lined up immediately. (They take awhile.) So if you support at the $5 level, you contribute to me looking vaguely like a deer in the headlights as I think "What is happening? Should I do more? Aaaaghhh!"

But if you enjoy what I do, and want it to keep going, and already have too much Stuff and do not want to buy more Stuff because sweet mother of goldfish, where are we going to put all this Stuff!? but you do want me to keep screaming about Lawn Crayfish and traveling to exotic locales where I will be menaced by local wildlife and doodling honey badgers and whatnot, then becoming a patron may be a great option for you. And I'll certainly be grateful.

Thanks for your time!

Recent posts by Ursula Vernon

Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
340 patrons
You get nothing!
Pledge $2 or more per month
246 patrons
Still nothing, but twice as much of it!
Pledge $5 or more per month
216 patrons
Friends of Orcus
Get a free e-book version of Summer in Orcus at the end of the web-serial, and feel the warm glow of having made a cool book available to everybody because I wasn't afraid of starving to death while writing it!