Talking Writing, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in the Boston area. TW's mission is to encourage writers and the growth of digital literature through its main activity, Talking Writing magazine.
All donations to TW are tax deductible.
How to Donate to Talking Writing
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Once you go to the Takling Writing, Inc., PayPal page, you can specify the amount for a one-time donation or opt for a recurring monthly donation.
Consider contributions in the following amounts:
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sky's the limit (TW Angel)
Donating by Mail
If you would prefer to mail us a check, please click this link for TW's Donation Form.
Send the completed donation form and your check to this address:
Talking Writing, Inc.
P.O. Box 442014
West Somerville, MA 02144
Contributions of any amount are deeply appreciated. If you have questions about your payment or our donation program, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Angel Donors and Sponsorships
Since its inception, Talking Writing has been mostly a labor of love. Donations in higher amounts will enable us to pay honorariums to contributors and modest salaries to the editors who work full-time on the magazine. Gifts from TW Angels also fund technical, production, and administrative support and community outreach.
In addition, there are many opportunties for major donors to boost Talking Writing and to influence which projects TW takes on in the future:
- Sponsor an Issue: See TW's Editorial Calendar for upcoming themes.
- Sponsor a Print Edition: TW plans to publish annual print editions and anthologies.
- Sponsor TW E-Books: We also plan to produce e-books for sale.
- Sponsor an Editor: Endowing an editor's salary would receive our eternal gratitude.
If you any have questions about sponsorships or becoming a TW Angel Donor, please contact Executive Editor Elizabeth Langosy at email@example.com.
My literary agenda begins by acknowledging that America has transformed me. It does not end until I show how I (and the hundreds of thousands like me) have transformed America.
—Bharati Mukherjee, The Writer on Her Work (Volume II)