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Make a Tax-Deductible Charitable Gift to American Short Fiction:

Since we printed our first issue in 1991, American Short Fiction has become a nationally celebrated journal. Stories from our pages have been honored with both praise and prizes, including publication in Best American Short Stories, Best American Non-Required Reading, O. Henry Prize Stories, and Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small PressesAmerican Short Fiction has twice been a finalist for the National Magazine Award for Fiction, publishing important work by Joyce Carol Oates, Dagoberto Gilb, Roxane Gay, Ann Beattie, Nathan Englander and so many others. In print, we focus exclusively on fiction while our website is a space for commentary, author interviews, analysis, as well as a monthly series of flash fiction.

We couldn’t do any of the work we do to publish and promote contemporary literature without the generous support of individuals, foundations, and corporations. We are a non-profit arts organization, and charitable contributions to American Short Fiction are tax-deductible. Thanks for your friendship, and for believing—as we do—that creating great literature is a collaborative endeavor between authors, publishers, and supporters like you.

Contribute Online Using Credit/Debit (via PayPal):

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Contribute with a Check:

In order to make your tax-deductible gift via check, we ask that you please follow these instructions:

  1. Make a check payable to “American Short Fiction”
  2. On the memo line of the check, please indicate that this is a “Gift” or “Donation”
  3. Please mail your check to:

American Short Fiction
P.O. Box 4152
Austin, TX 78765

Once your donation has been received, we will mail you a receipt for your records.

 

Contribute a Gift of Stock:

Donating stock can have great tax benefits and is easy to do. If you give a gift of appreciated securities that you have held for more than one year, you may be able to deduct its full market value. Email us at giving[at]americanshortfiction.org for additional assistance and information on gifting stock.

 

Giving Levels

 

Mesquite Circle

Gift of any amount up to $49
Web thanks & thanks in the print edition

Texas Mountain Laurel Circle

Gift of between $50 – $249
Web thanks & thanks in the print edition
Collector’s back issue

Red Bud Circle

Gift of between $250 – $499
Web thanks & thanks in the print edition
Collector’s back issue & ASF tote bag
One-year membership in ASF Editors’ Book Club
One-year subscription to ASF

Sycamore Circle

Gift of between $500 – $999
Web thanks & thanks in the print edition
Collector’s back issue & ASF tote bag
One-year membership in ASF Editors’ Book Club
One-year subscription to ASF
Entry to exclusive ASF events

Crepe Myrtle Circle

Gift of between $1,000 – $2,499
Web thanks & thanks in the print edition
Collector’s back issue & ASF tote bag
One-year membership in ASF Editors’ Book Club
Two-year subscription to ASF
Entry to exclusive ASF events
One gift subscription

Pecan Circle

Gifts of between $2,500 – $4,999
Web thanks & thanks in the print edition
Collector’s back issue & ASF tote bag
Two-year membership in ASF Editors’ Book Club
Two-year subscription to ASF
Entry to exclusive ASF events
Two gift subscriptions to ASF

Live Oak Circle

Gifts of $5,000 & Above
Web thanks & thanks in the print edition
Collector’s back issue & ASF tote bag
Two-year membership in ASF Editors’ Book Club
Two-year subscription to ASF
Entry to exclusive ASF events
Two gift subscriptions to ASF
Signed & personalized copy of an ASF author’s book

ASF Editors’ Book Club:

The editors and staff at American Short Fiction work for the magazine because, simply put, they love good fiction. We’re constantly talking about, writing about, and sharing the works that we’re excited by, and this year, we’ve decided to put that good literary chatter to use.

Make a gift at or above the $250 level, and you’ll become a member of the ASF Editors’ Book Club. Three times each year, an ASF Editor will send you a personal note with our thoughts on the best books for the season. It’s a great way to keep your finger on the pulse of contemporary literature and to engage with our excellent editorial team!

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