Michael Haspil

is creating Podcasts, Youtube, & Twitch Videos about Storytelling
Select a membership level
Supporter
$3
per month

Every little bit counts. Goes to paying for servers and services like Zencastr. 

UMBRA Operatives
$6
per month
This tier unlocks access to the discord server where we will discuss topics prior to, during, and after the shows. 

You will also get access to my patron-only RSS feed to receive the edited podcast early.


Thank you for helping to support the podcast!

Includes Discord rewards
UMBRA Operatives, Veteran
$10
per month

This tier gets you access to the discord server at the same level as UMBRA Operatives, plus you will get access to the podcast as soon as I'm done recording each episode.

Includes Discord rewards
UMBRA Special Access
$25
per month

Sponsors of this tier get everything from the UMBRA Operatives. Additionally, you will get access to the UMBRA-S.A. channels on the Discord server.

I will record an exclusive podcast that will be at least 30 minutes on whatever topic the Special Access sponsors would like. 

I do reserve the right not to talk about a topic. (For example, politics.) I'll eventually release the podcast to non-patrons on a delay.

Includes Discord rewards
Secret Masters of UMBRA
$35
per month
Sponsors of this tier get everything from the UMBRA Special Access. You also get access to the UMBRA SECRET MASTERS channel on the discord server. Once a month,  we will have a discord secret masters hangout where we can talk about anything we want (including feedback on creative writing projects).


Also, Secret Masters' names will be added to a database I use for names in my novels. (Not responsible for who turns up as cannon fodder).

Also, Also, those Secret Masters that wish to participate will take part in an interactive story adventure on Storium.com. IF the story works out well enough the events and the Secret Masters' characters could be turned into a future UMBRA Casefile!

Includes Discord rewards
A.V.H. - Special
Limited (5 remaining)
$100
per month
Sponsors of this tier get everything from the UMBRA SECRET MASTERS. In addition, once a month, I will read and critique a 12,500 word portion of your manuscript.


We will also go over feedback for your story in a 1-on-1 conference on Discord, Skype, or another conference program we both have access to.

Includes Discord rewards

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About Michael Haspil

Quantum Froth Dispatches, or Q.F.D., for short, is a weekly podcast about Storytelling in all its myriad forms. Stories have always fascinated me and I like to share my favorite stories with people. These aren't limited by genre or subject or even medium, but for the first time, the spoken word is as powerful, if not more so, than the written word.

I'm somewhat lucky that my life observations have so far allowed me to experience some fantastic stories and meet with some very interesting creators. I would like to share the fun I've had with people. My dream is to bring listeners and viewers interesting stories to amaze, entertain, and educate.

The root goal of Q.F.D. is to help future and current storytellers develop and retain a passion of story. With that mission in mind, we will discuss the craft of storytelling, our favorite stories and why they are continually revisited, what makes some stories more captivating than others. While we explore those topics, we'll have author interviews, Q&A sessions, short stories, games, and even a few surprises! I also intend to simulcast live recordings on Youtube and Twitch (though that may not always be possible).

But I can't do it all alone. For the price of a fast-food combo meal, or a little more, you can make a real difference and together we can explore the fantastic tradition of storytelling and the depths of knowledge stories can reveal.

Thank you very much for your support!

Mike Haspil

P.S. the invite to the Discord server is: https://discord.gg/d34NtFv

Goals
31% complete
Let's me stop pursuing some of my other side-gigs which allows me more time to focus on researching and developing Q.F.D.
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