Current Affairs is creating a podcast
937

patrons

$5,434
per month
Current Affairs is a monthly magazine of culture, politics, and the unusual, operating since 2015. This year, the magazine is expanding beyond the page and into the airwaves with a biweekly audio program. With the program, we bring everything you love about the magazine into audio form: serious and not-so-serious talk about the important issues of the day, the strange and jovial personalities of the magazine's editors, and, of course, whimsical gags.

Thanks to your devoted support for the magazine, Current Affairs is a sustainable print operation. If we can raise enough per month through this Patreon, we will be a sustainable print and audio operation. And anything beyond that will help our episodes be released more frequently and our whimsical gags be realized more elaborately.

Support independent media like Current Affairs and help us grow by becoming a patron!


Tiers
Magpies
$2 or more per month 50 patrons
All Magpies will be subscribed to our delightful newsletter. 
Quails
$5 or more per month 644 patrons
All Quails will be subscribed to our delightful newsletter, and receive a digital copy of our book The Current Affairs Mindset, as well as gain access to the podcast's secret feed of special episodes.
Owls
$10 or more per month 227 patrons
All Owls will be subscribed to our delightful newsletter and receive a digital copy of our book The Current Affairs Mindset, gain access to the podcast's secret feed of special episodes, as well as be gifted a subscription to the Current Affairs print magazine.
Pterodactyls
$20 or more per month 16 patrons
All Pterodactyls will be subscribed to our delightful newsletter and receive a digital copy of our book The Current Affairs Mindset, gain access to the podcast's secret feed of special episodes, be gifted 3 subscriptions to the Current Affairs print magazine, as well as be invited to ask the Current Affairs panel a question on an upcoming episode.
Goals
937 of 1000 patrons
1,000 Current Affairs patrons will help us become a sustainable audio operation. And anything beyond that will help our episodes be released more frequently and our whimsical gags be more elaborate.
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Current Affairs is a monthly magazine of culture, politics, and the unusual, operating since 2015. This year, the magazine is expanding beyond the page and into the airwaves with a biweekly audio program. With the program, we bring everything you love about the magazine into audio form: serious and not-so-serious talk about the important issues of the day, the strange and jovial personalities of the magazine's editors, and, of course, whimsical gags.

Thanks to your devoted support for the magazine, Current Affairs is a sustainable print operation. If we can raise enough per month through this Patreon, we will be a sustainable print and audio operation. And anything beyond that will help our episodes be released more frequently and our whimsical gags be realized more elaborately.

Support independent media like Current Affairs and help us grow by becoming a patron!


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Tiers
Magpies
$2 or more per month 50 patrons
All Magpies will be subscribed to our delightful newsletter. 
Quails
$5 or more per month 644 patrons
All Quails will be subscribed to our delightful newsletter, and receive a digital copy of our book The Current Affairs Mindset, as well as gain access to the podcast's secret feed of special episodes.
Owls
$10 or more per month 227 patrons
All Owls will be subscribed to our delightful newsletter and receive a digital copy of our book The Current Affairs Mindset, gain access to the podcast's secret feed of special episodes, as well as be gifted a subscription to the Current Affairs print magazine.
Pterodactyls
$20 or more per month 16 patrons
All Pterodactyls will be subscribed to our delightful newsletter and receive a digital copy of our book The Current Affairs Mindset, gain access to the podcast's secret feed of special episodes, be gifted 3 subscriptions to the Current Affairs print magazine, as well as be invited to ask the Current Affairs panel a question on an upcoming episode.