I thought some hubbers might be interested in this site. It's called Common Ties and they are accepting answers to their list of 20 questions. They pay you $50 for every accepted answer.
You can either write in poetry or prose and can add artwork to it. I haven't sold anything to them, I just submitted a few answers to them this evening.
It sounds too simple. Ha. What do they do with the answers you submit?
Yeah and not to be too cynical: any evidence they do what they say they will i.e. pay?
I checked out that website for a couple of minutes. It looks pretty cool to me. Worth a shot, huh?
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