Thank you to the past supporters of the long con Contributor Fund!

 Adam Cavanaugh

 Alex Chesney

Amanda Earl

Andrea Olfert 

Avery Gillis

the Benere-Arsenaults

Bill Arnott

Blair Trewartha

Brandy Ryan

Brendan MaGee

Catriona Wright

Chris Johnson

Corey Isenor

Daniel Scott Tysdal

David Huebert

Diana Samu-Visser

Dylan Schoenmakers

Genie MacLeod

Hilary Hart

Hannah Brown

Hugh Thomas

Jacob Caines

Jacob McArthur Mooney

Janet Barkhouse

Jen & Taylor Kraayenbrink

Jeremie Warshafsky

Joshua Wilkerson

Karen Verboom

Kent Wakeman

Kevin Heslop


the Levantes

Marshall Reber

Mary Jane Overall

Mike Roy

Mitch Earleywine

Natasha Bastien

Paul Richardson

Shawn Storry

Simon Brown

Susan Gillis

Susanne Fletcher

Sydney Warner Brooman

Tom Cull

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  • long con Contributor Fund: You value long con magazine and the artists and authors we publish. Your donation will to go straight to contributors pockets and to offsetting our (modest) website bills.
  • Collusion Print Fund: You have a taste for poetry and collaborative art. You’ll help offset the upfront printing costs for the next season of collaborative poetry chapbooks, the net revenue of which is routed back to long con.

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