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Founded in 2002, Futurepoem is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization since its incorporation in 2007 and is a registered charity in New York State. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Futurepoem's program is made possible in part by grants from the New York State Council on the Arts, and the Department of Cultural Affairs for New York City, as well as donations from individuals. Learn more about our supporters.
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Futurepoem is grateful to the following organizations and individuals for their ongoing and past support:
Significant Supporters and Patron/Benefactor Subscribers
Paypal Giving Fund
Charles Bernstein & Susan Bee
Dan Gottfried and Loraine Machlin
Quito and Elizabeth Zuba
S. Brook Corfman
E. Tracy Grinnell
Lytton J Smith
E. Tracy Grinnell
Laird Hunt & Eleni Sikelianos
Other Recent and Past Supporters
Samuel Amadon, Matteo Ames, Aaron Apps, Samuel Amadon, Kate Angus, Jennie Armon, Veronica Barnes, Aaron Belz, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge and Richard Tuttle, Jai Bilio, Daniel Borzutzky, Tyler Brewington, The Brooklyn Writer's Collective, Carolyn Bush, Allen Edwin Butt, Scott Burau, David Buuck, Cyndi & Larry Cain, Eric Clough, Dan Coffey, Jen Coleman, Bruce Covey, Thomas Cook, Claire Coyne, Brent Cunningham, Sara Dakant, Charles Bernstein and Susan Bee, Steven Dickison, Thomas Dodson, Claire Donato, Jessica DuLong, Kate Durbin, Richard O'Russa and Marcella Durand, Joseph Elliot, Laura Elrick, Sean Elwood and Yvonne Puffer, Hillary Fairbanks, Alaina Ferris Music, Jennifer Firestone, Megan Marie Fitzpatrick, Sandy Florian, Ryan Forsythe, Sam Frank, Greta Gertler, Alan Gilbert, Samantha Giles, Laura Goldstein, E. Tracy Grinnellm Frances Gonzalez, Noah Eli Gordon, James Graham, C. John Graham, Sara Greenslit, Samina Hadi-Tabassum, Wil Hallgren, Jacob Harksen, Christine Hochkeppel, Janet Holmes, Valerie Hsiung, Erica Hunt, Meg Hurtado, Katherine A Ingold, Brenda Iijima, Michael Ives, Ashlee Jacobson, Geoffrey Jacques, Dorothy Jackson, Serena Jost, Alystyre Julian, Garrett Kalleberg, Waldemar Kalinowski, Christine Kanownik, Dana Kelly, Kevin Killian and Dodie Bellamy, Amy Kirschenbaum, Eric Kocher, Dusty Kurtz, Krystal Languell, Gregory Laynor, Grace Leavitt, Sueyeun Juliette Lee, Jessica Lent, Rachel Levitsky, Sean Ludan, Les Figues Press, Victoria LeStrange, Lauren Levin, Franciois Luong, Gary Lundy, Loraine Machlin and Dan Gottfried, Ken Machlin, Chris Martin and Mary Austin Speaker, Wythe Marschall, Ronald Martin, Madeline Marvar, Carol Mirakove, Joe Milazzo, Laura Moriarty, Laura Mullen, Nilanjan Mukherjee, Elinor Nauen, Jennifer Nelson, Marc Noble, Flying Object, Jena Osman, Nathaniel Otting, Coco Owen, Daniel Poppick, Katie Price, Kathryn Pringle, Greg Purcell, Heather Ramsdell, Marthe Reed, Frances Richard, Paul Richard, Alberto Rigettini, Ana Rocca, Camille Roy, Linda Russo, Karl Saffran, Kathryn Sanders, Jared Schickling, Jesse Seldess, Samuel Solomon, Kristin Sanders, Kate Sanserino, William Scott, Martin Glaz Serup, German Sierra, Shatter Your Leaves Records, Jessica Smith, Carmen Gimenez Smith, Joanna Sondheim, Juliana Spahr, Franklin Spector, Brian Snapp, Erika Staiti, Jared Stanley, Mark Stricker, Stacy Szymaszek, SUPERMACHINE, Paige Taggart, Jennifer Tamayo, Jesse Tangen-Mills, Naomi Tarle, Tarratine Quarterly, Andrew Terhune, Dan Thomas-Glass, Amanda Thorpe, Linda Trimbath, Tripwire, Genya Turovskaya, Divya Victor, Anne Waldman and Ed Bowes, Jacqueline Waters, Karen Weiser, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, Afton Wilky, Marion Winter, Terry Wolverton, Nicholas Wong, Quito and Elizabeth Zuba
Literary Arts Emergency Fund (2020)
Paypal Giving Fund (2019, 2020)
Leaves of Grass Fund (2016, 2015)
LITTAP Facing Pages Mentorship Program and Travel Grant (2018, 2017, 2015)
Fund for Poetry (2013, 2003)
Jerome Foundation & CLMP Face Out program (2009-2010, 2012-2013)
Kayden Fund (regrant through University of Colorado) (2010)
New York Community Trust - Harris Shapiro Memorial Fund (2016, 2003)
New York State Council on the Arts (2004 – Present), with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (2016-2020, 2014-2015), in partnership with the City Council.
National Endowment on the Arts (2006-2007 - through Fractured Atlas Productions Inc.)
New York State Technical Assistance Program (NYTAP) (2016-2017,2015-2016, 2004-2005)
Corporate and Insitutional Support
Deutsch, Inc. (2012, 2011)
Council of Literary Magazines and Presses
Fractured Atlas Productions, Inc.
Funders and Partners
This project is supported in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. It is also supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.