Noah Mickensis creating Journalism, scripts, and occasional song lyrics
About half of the content on here is free to read. The other half - articles and photos from my post-2017 travels - is available to Subscribers Only, and all of that is available to those who pledge $2 or more.
I've been posting videos from time to time, mostly involving me performing on stage and singing songs in various picturesque locations. These are viewable by anyone who pledges $5 or more per month. You'll also be able to see all my patron-only posts, of course, which are mostly stories and photos from my travels post-2017.
When I hit $250 per month, I'm going to compile all of my Patreon writing thus far and publish it as a book via Amazon. If you've pledged $10 or more per month, you will get a signed copy of this book for free. You'll also be able to see all of my videos and subscriber-only articles.
About Noah Mickens
I dropped all of that and left the United States in October of 2017. Since then, I've been traveling the world with my partner Shaina Sky - 13 countries so far - looking for a new home and getting wound up in all sorts of adventures both on and off stage. Since then, this Patreon has been my chief method of communicating my work to friends and fans: New stories and photos from my travels, videos of me performing and singing and such, older articles that didn't make it into my book (Scatterbrain, available for purchase at www.tinyurl.com/ScatterbrainNoah), and scripts from my Wanderlust Circus days that are published here for the first time. About half of these are free to read, and the other half are for Patrons Only. If you'd like to become a Patron yourself, your monthly pledge of $2 to $40 will be extraordinarily helpful to Shaina and I in our daily dance of subsistence and exploration. Think of it as buying a ticket to my new show.
Shaina has a Patreon too, over at www.patreon.com/IndigoSkyDance, where she posts lots of videos and images and occasional journal entries about her creative projects, some of which include me. Aside from that, I don't know when I'll have a chance to see you folks again, or be seen by you. I did show up at Oregon Country Fair with a new troupe last year, much to everyone's surprise, and I imagine I'll continue to do that sort of thing. Mostly, I'm just a ghost on the Internet, baby. Don't cross the streams.
5000. - N.