Dear Reader,

I know what you’re thinking.  You’re thinking, “I’ve been reading The Millions for a while now.  The site pays its staff writers; it keeps me informed on books, culture, and more; it makes me laugh; it makes me think; it covers this stuff even as similar coverage disappears from newspapers and magazines.  So how – how, I ask – can I Support The Millions, help them pay their writers, and keep the site up and running?”

Well, I’m glad you asked because we have no fewer than four (4) ways that you can do your part, and we’re certain one of those ways will suit you just fine.  Some of them require very little outlay of your hard-earned bucks.  Some require no cash at all.  None require more than a few moments of your time.

1. Donate: Not a big Amazon shopper? Prefer the local indie or the local library? No problem: You can still support The Millions by making a contribution to the site via Paypal.  No amount is too small. Just use the button at right.
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4. Participate: Finally, if you can’t see yourself ever contributing to us financially, know that just by reading, commenting, and telling other folks about The Millions, you are contributing to the site. We appreciate that too. We would be especially thrilled if you spread the word about The Millions and share the articles you read here by emailing them to friends and colleagues, by posting them on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, StumbleUpon, and other social networking and link sharing sites, and by adding our links to Wikipedia (where appropriate).
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Thanks for everything.


C. Max Magee
Founding Editor, The Millions