Click your heels together three times and say Patreon Patreon Patreon. Then set up a Patreon account. #yesyoucan
The thing about Patreon and One Time is that while I do a lot of work organizing, curating, and editing, I know a lot of work comes from the storytellers themselves. I’m not sure how I feel about asking an audience for money based on a project that’s collaborative.
There are two types of people in the world: Those who collaborate but think they did it all by themselves. They have no problem asking to be paid for their work. You are clearly the other type.
One Time is your idea*. It will not happen without you**. Ask us for money***.
By the way, am I on The List?
*Don’t get too full of yourself, it’s a little bit Moth, a little bit This American Life, a little bit of every storytelling circle since Homer’s.
**And the rest of us, see above*.
***Patreon, I hear, is a good model. Ask our pal Molly for dos and don’ts.