Paperback Guerrillas

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We need you! It costs time & money to bring these kōrero to you. We pay the costs out of our own pocket because we believe the conversations are important enough to pay for, but we can't do that forever.
Your support will go toward the financial costs and help us keep them coming. 






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Showing some LOVE. By backing us at this level, you're a true friend of the Paperback Guerrillas.
It costs time & money to bring these kōrero to you. We pay the costs out of our own pocket because we believe the conversations are important enough to pay for, but we can't do that forever.

Backing at this tier is guaranteed to bring you good luck. (Guarantee not valid  in the state of Nevada, or Sky City Christchurch)
* A personal thank you (of course), as well as our never-ending gratitude.
* A personal heads up when there's a new episode live. 
* An early heads up about planned guests and the chance to suggest pātai/questions
* We'll shout you out at the end of each episode or on online.
* Access to behind the scenes footage when available.


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You might just be an actual saint. To say kia ora (thank you) for your generosity and support in bringing this kaupapa to life, you receive all rewards from the previous tiers, plus:


* Exclusive access to Q&As for episodes
* Exclusive access to episode videos
* Invite you to contribute as a guest on the podcast every now and then, by sending you a question/theme from an upcoming episode, and reading out your answer or whakaaro (thoughts) on the episode.
 

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About Paperback Guerrillas

Paperback Guerrillas is a podcast by a group of mates on the hunt for mana enhancing kōrero to share with you. In some episodes, this will be through conversation with people, especially Māori, who we think can help the rest of us live a life we enjoy. In other episodes, we do this by breaking down the kaupapa (subject) of fiction and non-fiction books we’ve read and enjoyed. We reckon as Māori and Pacific Islanders, it’s worth talking more about books, so we’ll recommend those we found inspiring and worth reading. You could probably call that part of the podcast a book club, we’re calling it Paperback Guerrillas.

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