transparency

We’re committed to paying contributors as well as using our platform to support social justice. We gladly accept suggestions via email of non-profits – literary or otherwise – to which we might donate. Currently on our list are Soul Fire Farm, Black Lives Matter, The Loveland Foundation, Together Rising, and Inside Out Youth Services. If you want to send a suggestion, please include a link to the non-profit’s website and, if you are personally affiliated with them, let us know your connection.

When you contribute to Terra Preta Review, here’s where your money goes:

35% will be divided among the contributors published in an issue

15% will be donated to a non-profit organization

45% will be used to cover production costs

5% will be used to for staff salary

If these percentages change, we will update this page promptly.

 

First Issue, June 2019

We were able to pay each contributor $9.55 per published work.

We made a donation to Soul Fire Farm of $82.50.

Staff waived any income for the issue.