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Patreon |
Apr 17, 2019

Patreon Redux

A little over a year ago, I embarked on a journey with maps, but without a map. I learned a few things about my ability to keep a schedule (or lack thereof) and what doesn’t work. Now I’m refocusing and rebooting, trying some new things to see if I can move the needle.

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Patreon |
Jan 24, 2018

A Note on Patronage

Concurrent with the launch of Maps & Tales, I launched a page on Patreon to help readers an become partners in my journey. What’s Patreon? In short, Patreon is a site that allows you, as patrons of my art, to contribute as directly as possible to my ability to keep making that art. It’s also a tool for communication and community-building around my creative endeavors in addition to a means of support. Continue reading for more about why I’m using it.

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Collage of a notebook cover and two gridded pages
Jan 9, 2018

Introducing the MT-10

Part of getting better at anything is doing more of it more often. Repetition reinforces existing skills and helps drive new ideas. Introducing my own daily challenge, the Maps & Tales 10 (MT-10).

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Maps & Tales is supported by patrons just like you.

I have been and will continue to release content here—free for personal use—on a regular basis for as long as I possibly can. When you become a patron through Patreon, you'll be helping me sustain this effort. You'll be helping me upgrade my tools and devote more of my personal time to creating high-quality content for your enjoyment. As thanks, I've got a few extra goodies for you, including exclusive content for patrons and custom maps—just for you!.