Crowd Funding: connecting creatives and savers

In my bookcase there is a volume entitled The Book of the Lincolnshire Seaside. Published in 1981 as part of the centenary celebrations of Nottingham University, it was written by an alumnus of that institution, David A Robinson. It describes the geology, geography and history of the coastline from the north bank of the Wash to the south bank of the Humber. My copy is number 173. At the back is a list of 810 ‘subscribers’, including me at 173. I recently finished reading Signs Preceding the End of the World by Yuri Herrera. You can find my review at … Continue reading Crowd Funding: connecting creatives and savers