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My Patreon is Launching!

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Pictured: A 1948 ad for the Hillman Husky, which says, “New Double Duty Hillman at a low price.”

Hello, Bitter Gertrude readers!

I’m launching my Patreon! My goal is to be able to devote more time to bringing you Bitter Gertrude’s cultural & political analysis with a focus on equity (and back-sass). For that, I need your help!

I have six different levels of patronage, all of which come with access to the Bitter Gertrude Book Club, a bimonthly post that contains reading recommendations related to Bitter Gertrude posts, current events, and writers to keep your eye on. At $20 and above, you also get access to “Words Words Words,” a monthly tip sheet about language & social justice, etymology, writing mechanics, and other aspects of word nerdery.

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ANNOUNCE IT TO THE WORLD      (Pictured: Medieval marginalia depicting a naked trumpeter holding one trumpet to his mouth and another to his butt. Medieval marginalia is full of butt-trumpeters.)

Whether you are able to join or not, please know that I value your support over the past seven (!) years, and my regular Bitter Gertrude content will always be free to access.

My next post comes out in a few days! It’s Disability Awareness Month, and I’ll be writing about allyship all month.

Thank you again for reading Bitter Gertrude! You mean the world to me.

Become a Patron!

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