As a Texan and someone who spent a lot of time in Houston when I was training to become a teacher and visiting my partner in the last year of her graduate program, I am thankful to the city for the memories it has given me and hurt with its people as they prepare the long process of recovery from the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. I previously announced that I would be donating money from sales of my album to different causes, and this month I want to send that money to Houston.
For the full month of September, I will be donating $10 of every album purchase to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund set up by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and County Judge Ed Emmett. I have dropped the shipping cost to $1 to encourage more sales, and I have also added a t-shirt bundle for those who want something extra. The t-shirt was designed and printed by Fort Worth’s Trust Printshop, who are good people.
All purchases come with my anxious age, a nine-track album, plus two bonus tracks, as well as a 24-page full color zine featuring lyrics, stories, and poetry.
You can purchase the album & zine here.
You can purchase the album, zine & t-shirt bundle here.
$10 of every sale will go directly to the relief fund.
Thank you for your support.