Good Works Projects 

Introduced in 2013, our Good Works projects are altruistic collaborations of creative souls (like us) willing to give of their time, talents, and any profits to help improve our world. These projects are funded solely by any sales from American Society: What Poets See, our first project. Our serial anthology, initially titled Kentucky Review, became Good Works Review in 2017 and has its own sister site.

With the Good Works projects, we give struggling authors a way to submit their work without the necessary evil of reading fees. For this reason, the press cannot give away contributor copies; on written request, contributors can order a discounted copy at the time of publication. Clearly, the more copies purchased at full price, the more we can donate to worthy causes. To date (2017), FutureCycle Press has given an aggregate of several thousand dollars to the Malala Fund, Friends of the Earth, and Action Against Hunger for sales of Malala: Poems for Malala Yousafzai, Weatherings, and Kentucky Review. The ACLU is the beneficiary of all proceeds from Good Works Review.