Dead Robots' Society are creating Podcasts related to writing
47

patrons

$239
per month
Howdy. We are authors Paul E Cooley and Terry Mixon. We produce The Dead Robots’ Society podcast.

The Dead Robots’ Society was created in an effort to offer advice and support to other aspiring writers. It was inspired — in part — by Mur Lafferty’s podcast “I Should Be Writing.” We’ve had a number of hosts come and go, but our mission has never changed.

For nearly a decade, DRS has helped writers navigate the waters of both traditional and independent publishing, the nuts and bolts of fiction, and brought in special guests including New York Times Bestselling authors, publishers, agents, editors, and designers.

Informative, and sometimes silly, DRS has become a mainstay for thousands of listeners every week.

Terry and Paul answer questions from our listeners and have cultivated a lively Facebook community of both published and unpublished writers who share our desire to educate and inform one another.

With your support, we can pay our podcast hosting costs, our website fees, and hire an audio editor to help produce the best show we can.

Becoming a patron gives you access to exclusive content including live shows, private Q&As, and early access to episodes.

To find out more about our work, visit The Dead Robots’ Society website or join our Facebook Group. Take a listen and join the Robots as we celebrate writing and help one another build careers as writers.
Tiers
Robot Mechanic
$1 or more per month 11 patrons
Thank you for your support! You are helping us make our goals and keep the show commercial free.
Robot Patron
$3 or more per month 12 patrons
Access to early release, unedited, uncensored podcast episodes via a private feed.
Robot Stalker
$5 or more per month 10 patrons
All the benefits from the previous tier as well as access to a once a month live show.
Robot Collaborator
$10 or more per month 18 patrons
All the benefits from the previous level plus your name in the credits on every podcast episode as well as on the website.
Goals
$239 of $250 per month
Hire a professional audio editor to take some of the strain off that Paul E Cooley guy.
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Howdy. We are authors Paul E Cooley and Terry Mixon. We produce The Dead Robots’ Society podcast.

The Dead Robots’ Society was created in an effort to offer advice and support to other aspiring writers. It was inspired — in part — by Mur Lafferty’s podcast “I Should Be Writing.” We’ve had a number of hosts come and go, but our mission has never changed.

For nearly a decade, DRS has helped writers navigate the waters of both traditional and independent publishing, the nuts and bolts of fiction, and brought in special guests including New York Times Bestselling authors, publishers, agents, editors, and designers.

Informative, and sometimes silly, DRS has become a mainstay for thousands of listeners every week.

Terry and Paul answer questions from our listeners and have cultivated a lively Facebook community of both published and unpublished writers who share our desire to educate and inform one another.

With your support, we can pay our podcast hosting costs, our website fees, and hire an audio editor to help produce the best show we can.

Becoming a patron gives you access to exclusive content including live shows, private Q&As, and early access to episodes.

To find out more about our work, visit The Dead Robots’ Society website or join our Facebook Group. Take a listen and join the Robots as we celebrate writing and help one another build careers as writers.

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Tiers
Robot Mechanic
$1 or more per month 11 patrons
Thank you for your support! You are helping us make our goals and keep the show commercial free.
Robot Patron
$3 or more per month 12 patrons
Access to early release, unedited, uncensored podcast episodes via a private feed.
Robot Stalker
$5 or more per month 10 patrons
All the benefits from the previous tier as well as access to a once a month live show.
Robot Collaborator
$10 or more per month 18 patrons
All the benefits from the previous level plus your name in the credits on every podcast episode as well as on the website.