Brent Stypczynski

is creating worldbuilding blog posts and fantasy/urban fantasy fiction

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Hi, I'm Brent Stypczynski, and I'm a compulsive worldbuilder and author of The Modern Literary Werewolf.  I have also written for Pyramid Magazine (SJGames), The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, and Extrapolation in addition to being an editor for LATCH.  I put together a variety of world projects for role-playing and short fiction.  My regular job is Learning Support Specialist (fancy name for a writing tutor) for a community college, supplemented by freelance resume writing and freelance editing.  The time that I have left after work and family is split between reading (fantasy, urban fantasy, some sci-fi, and history) and writing, both dabbling in fiction and worldbuilding.  Some of that writing appears on Worlds in the Net, where I often write about elements of worldbuilding and writing in general.  Ultimately, I would like to spend less time writing resumes and more time blogging, worldbuilding, and fiction writing.  Since Worlds has garnered a modest following and people seem to like and get something out of my posts, I've decided to try out bringing in some income to shift my time more toward the fun writing.  Become a patron and support me converting my blog posts into a full length book.
Tiers
Beginning Tier
$1 or more per month
Basic level to assist me in maintaining posts at worldsinthenet.wordpress.com.  On the off chance that I post to other places in the web, I'll include a link here.
Middle Tier
$3 or more per month
A great deal of thanks will be heading your way for assisting me with finding time to regularly update Worlds in the Net and convert my worldbuilding blog posts into a book.
Top Tier
$5 or more per month
At this level, I'll send out (very simple) PDF drafts of chapter sections.
Super Tier
$10 or more per month
I don't expect anyone at this level, because, hey, I'm just some random writing guy on the interwebs like tens of thousands of others.  But, if you should choose to try it out, you can guide the direction of a blog post, present a question that I'll research and post, or request an equivalent reward each month (250-300 words).
Goals
$0 of $160 per month
I can devote a set amount of time each week to writing instead of other jobs.
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Hi, I'm Brent Stypczynski, and I'm a compulsive worldbuilder and author of The Modern Literary Werewolf.  I have also written for Pyramid Magazine (SJGames), The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, and Extrapolation in addition to being an editor for LATCH.  I put together a variety of world projects for role-playing and short fiction.  My regular job is Learning Support Specialist (fancy name for a writing tutor) for a community college, supplemented by freelance resume writing and freelance editing.  The time that I have left after work and family is split between reading (fantasy, urban fantasy, some sci-fi, and history) and writing, both dabbling in fiction and worldbuilding.  Some of that writing appears on Worlds in the Net, where I often write about elements of worldbuilding and writing in general.  Ultimately, I would like to spend less time writing resumes and more time blogging, worldbuilding, and fiction writing.  Since Worlds has garnered a modest following and people seem to like and get something out of my posts, I've decided to try out bringing in some income to shift my time more toward the fun writing.  Become a patron and support me converting my blog posts into a full length book.

Recent posts by Brent Stypczynski

Tiers
Beginning Tier
$1 or more per month
Basic level to assist me in maintaining posts at worldsinthenet.wordpress.com.  On the off chance that I post to other places in the web, I'll include a link here.
Middle Tier
$3 or more per month
A great deal of thanks will be heading your way for assisting me with finding time to regularly update Worlds in the Net and convert my worldbuilding blog posts into a book.
Top Tier
$5 or more per month
At this level, I'll send out (very simple) PDF drafts of chapter sections.
Super Tier
$10 or more per month
I don't expect anyone at this level, because, hey, I'm just some random writing guy on the interwebs like tens of thousands of others.  But, if you should choose to try it out, you can guide the direction of a blog post, present a question that I'll research and post, or request an equivalent reward each month (250-300 words).