Plazm magazine is raising money on Kickstarter to print their 20th anniversary issue—according to their pitch, their printer was recently bought out by another company who can't honor the original bid, leaving them scrambling to make up the difference. (Print media!) Unsurprisingly, the Portland culture rag is doing Kickstarter right: Loads of incentives at closely staggered bid points, including performance tickets, limited edition T-shirts, yoga classes, a one-hour massage, even the chance to have local author Jon Raymond name a character after you in an upcoming screenplay or novel. Plus, they're published by a non-profit, so you can write it off. Go help 'em out!
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