Nicole Winters
Nicole Winters's Fundraiser

I'm participating in a poetry fundraising challenge!

help me meet my goal & support tupelo press!

$570 towards $1,000

THE CHALLENGE

the 30/30 project is a month-long challenge in which volunteer poets write and submit 30 poems in 30 days in an effort to raise money for tupelo press - a non-profit publisher focused on creating a space for poets to share their work with the world.

every day, one of my poems will be posted on the the tupelo press website, and I will be joining an amazing community of fellow writers who have had work accepted in over 90 different journals, and in over 40 published chapbooks

this challenge will give me the opportunity to give back to the writing community and to share my work with a wide audience! your support in this endeavor of mine means the world, and anything you are able to donate will help tupelo press continue to elevate poetry and get it out into the world!

click here to check out my poems on the july 30/30 blog!

learn more about tupelo press on their website: tupelopress.org

DONATION INCENTIVES

  • for donations of $15 or more, you will have the option of receiving a downloadable digital art print of one of my poems.
  • the first 10 donors to donate $75 or more will get an uncarved, 16oz OMshaka handmade coffee mug similar, but not identical, to the one below! that's just contributing $2.50/poem for 30 poems!

learn more about my ceramic work at omshakahandmade.com


OTHER WAYS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

spreading the world about this project is incredibly helpful! you can support my 30/30 challenge without donating by liking and sharing my posts about the challenge on social, and even by sending me fun writing prompts!


ABOUT NICOLE

nicole winters is a poet, ceramic artist & yoga teacher. by day, (& often night) she makes and sells pottery in her home studio, which she built herself shortly after moving to california. she is also studying to become a yoga therapist.

when she isn’t writing or wheel-throwing, nicole is likely at the beach, on a trail, or exploring new landscapes. she derives most of the inspiration for her creative work from her interactions with the environment around her, and is always looking for new ways to connect with and understand the earth.

learn more about nicole's work

follow nicole on instagram at: @nicolee.winters