- Keep the Muses fed
- Keep O Muse! website running
- Keep bringing you amazing artists, writers and music
- Keep me believing that what I’m doing matters
Your sponsorship will help cover expenses associated with publishing O Muse!
• website hosting, domain registration and plugins
• software subscriptions (eg. adobe, photoshop, etc.)
• computer expenses, utilities, food, healthcare
• upgrade email service
• Increase and improve communications via Facebook, Email, Instagram, etc.
• Upgrade and expand the website and move to a better server.
• Start a paid advertising campaign
• Hire a web master to handle website issues to free me to do my Editor in Chief stuff.
• Hire a social media/marketing consultant
Calliope was the Muse of epic poetry and the goddess of eloquence.
Includes a 1/4-page display ad in the next four issues and on the sponsor web page for one year.
The ad is transferable if you don’t need the ad and you just want to support O Muse!.
Clio, meaning “to make famous” or “celebrate,” was the Muse of history, she was “The proclaimer, glorifier and celebrator of history, great deeds and accomplishments.”
This is a one-time charge and will not automatically renew.
Euterpe, meaning “the giver of much delight,” was the Muse of music. She inspired poets, authors, and dramatists.
Think of it as a trial subscription. Then, if you like it you can upgrade to one of the sponsorships. Or please consider a one-time donation.
Any amount always appreciated.
The 10th Muse was not one of the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne. Sappho was named the 10th Muse by Homer. The title of 10th Muse is a common tribute paid to outstanding female poets. Little is known about her history and many of her works have been lost to time. One of her only completed works that can be found is a poem titled “Ode to Aphrodite.”