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Many of the artforms featured on our site (poetry and flash fiction, for example) are very difficult to monetise in today's world so creators rely partly on the kind donations of those who appreciate their work. If you have enjoyed reading, looking at or listening to any of the works featured here, then please do consider making a donation of whatever amount you think reasonable and affordable - even just a pound, euro, dollar et cetera is worth sending as it all adds up!

After you make your donation please email us your PayPal code or Bitcoin transaction ID and tell us which specific work or works you are donating for, otherwise, any money received will go into the general kitty - still a good cause!

 

Please note that: (1) Awenyddion (awenyddion.com) takes just 10% of each donation towards our costs (website, designers, etc.) 90% goes to the creator of the work; (2) Awenyddion (awenyddion.com) is not an incorporated body so uses the financial facilities offered by Zephyros Enterprise Network Limited of which Awenyddion is an associate, therefore the PayPal and Coinbase Accounts are in the legal name of Zephyros Enterprise Network Limited under its associateship accounts (accounts@zen.associates, where "zen" stands for Zephyros Enterprise Network).

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