Contributors

Our Charities: Our contributors include our charities. All profits, ad revenue, and tips are distributed equally among contributors and charity. These are our charities: Coalition for Rainforest Nations, IAVA: Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, MSF-Doctors Without Borders, Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, NPR– National Public Radio, and WWF– The World Wide Fund for Nature (also known as World Wildlife Fund).

And these are our contributors:

Todd Clevenger, Clevenger Design

Todd Clevenger, Clevenger Design:

Full bio and About. See here.

For portfolio and Clevenger Design, go here.

See random thoughts and photographs in Other Things.

Check out hosting schedule for Live Trivia here.

Clevenger Design is on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

The Conversation is an independent source of news and views from the academic and research community, delivered direct to the public, and operating as a non-profit educational entity. Our team of professional editors work with university and research institute experts to unlock their knowledge for use by the wider public. Our aim is to promote better understanding of current affairs and complex issues. (Twitter, Facebook)

Ed Faunce

Ed Faunce has been an actor and performer since he was five years old and sang for his mother’s dinner guests, accompanied by her on piano. Starting with musical reviews in middle school, Ed progressed to theatre and radio in his teen years. Going into his sixth decade, Ed has continued to entertain and educate audiences in regional theatre, commercials, international film and television with his performance, writing and producing. Ed has been involved in educational media projects that have spanned the globe and in 2013 had one of his co-produced productions showcased by the prestigious Chicago Children’s International Film Festival.

A 2012 graduate of Ball State University’s Masters in Digital Storytelling Program, Ed is now working on feature film media projects, plus teaching performance analysis and public speaking at Indiana University. His projects include augmented reality entertainment media and creating unique stories for cinema adaptation. (Twitter, Instagram, Amazon, Backstage, Website)

Ojijaak is the pseudonym for a writer and photographer whose work can also be seen at Ojijaak.com.

Leonard Pigg

Leonard Pigg is an actor and has been participating in theater since he was a child. With a B.A. in Communications and Spanish Minor from Marian College, he put his quick wit to use as a member of Nietzsche’s Trailer Park sketch comedy group and performed at Theater on the Square. He has been in a few indie films including The Chrome Lady, Iceberg Theory, Mental Scars and Hungry Eyes.

For a time, he was on the poetry slam scene in Indianapolis and performed around the Midwest as a stand-up comedian. For four years, he hosted a podcast called “Pigg’s Pen” broadcast on Radio Free Kokomo from Indiana University. He is also a writer in his spare time and has written for WhatCulture.com and is the co-writer for The Six Emperors comic book for Sexy Beard Club Press. He currently hosts and helps produce the Waste of Kokomo podcast.

Michelle Railey (Twitter, Facebook)

Our Guests:  Ryan Ahearn, Brian Blunt, Jon Handy, Nate Johnson, Pat Miller, Matt Rivera and Box 5 podcast, Nathan C. Vance, and Y.C.

Be Our Guest. Be Our Contributor. Have a Page of Your Own. Get an Ad:

Love to write, podcast, or create video? You can be a contributor for Amos-Cola. Contact to join, ask questions, or express concerns. You can also submit content directly to amoscollaborative@gmail.com.

Sure, you could submit your podcast, video, or novella to YouTube or SoundCloud or Amazon or your own site. But why would you want to do that when you could be officially a contributor to Amos-Cola? Want to submit up to three pieces? You’re a guest. Please contact us. Want to be a contributor? Contributors split the profits evenly amongst themselves. Sure, we reserve the right to edit content and images. But still, you always have the final say as the creator. So, what are you waiting for, you, person with ideas? Contact us. 

How do we figure profit? Easy, income less expenses equals profit. We do all our math twice per year: in July and in December. All balances reset to zero every January 1. (If income drastically increases, we will exchange our semi-annual financial model for a quarterly method.)

How do you maintain contributor status? Contribute at least one piece (video, audio, or text) every six months (this is after you have contributed at least three things). After six months of inactivity, the editors of Amos-Cola reserve the right to temporarily move you to guest status and/or delete some or all of your past content. (If we are in love with your content or it still has relevance with readers, as measured by clicks and shares, we will retain you as a contributor even without new content). You can double-check your status at any time by visiting this contributor page which will either not mention you, list you as a guest, or include you as a contributor.)

Do you have a business or personal subpage hosted by Amos? You’re a contributor. Want a page? Contact us to discuss the details or get more information. Want to be an investor, straight-up? Contact us. Want an ad, widget, or some social media promotion or content creation? We can help you. You guessed it: contact us.

How to contact:

email: amoscollaborative@gmail.com

Twitter: Amos-Cola

Instagram: amos_cola

Updated: 2 March 2022.

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