Relatively Prime is creating Mathematical Podcasts
44

patrons

$223
per Episode of Relatively Prime
Relatively Prime is the only podcast which features the best stories from the Mathematical Domain.

After a break that went on far too long Relatively Prime is ready to bring mathematics back to everyone with headphones.

The 3rd season of Relatively Prime is going to be a bit different though. For the first two seasons host and producer Samuel funded Relatively Prime through Kickstarter. This meant Samuel retreated to his cave for months and months to make the show. Which is all well and good but, what were you supposed to do in the long mathless months waiting for episodes to start? Especially as we all knew that once they did show up all the mathematical stories were going to be gone less than two months.

That is why Samuel now plans to take Relatively Prime monthly.

This is going to mean a change in format too. In order to maintain a monthly release schedule the shows are going to focus on telling a single story, instead of a bunch all on a single theme. While this does mean shorter episodes, it also means much more focus on the one story being told.

(Samuel here breaking the fourth wall to share a secret with you inside these parentheses. When the Kickstarter for season 3 failed to reach its goal I essentially wrote off doing any more Relatively Prime, but it is because of all of you who have reached out and said you want to hear more episodes and would support this wonderful work I love to do so much that I am going to bring back the show. Really all the kind words meant so much and I can't wait to give y'all more awesome mathematics stories to listen to.)

So if you enjoy mathematics or stories or mathematical stories please pledge to support the 3rd season of Relatively Prime. Any amount helps! Any amount at all, and the more patrons Relatively Prime gets the more time Samuel will be able to spend spreading the wonderful word of mathematics. (Samuel breaking the 4th wall again here. This last sentence is super true as I do have a primary job which involves making people coffee in order to pay the bills, but the more bills I can pay from making the show the more days I can devote to producing and telling mathematical stories.) Plus, you will get a cool reward when you do pledge and everyone likes getting a little something(the reward levels are cumulative too, so you will get everything from the levels before the one you choose too!).

Thank you so much for your support, and have a matheriffic day!
Tiers
0
$1 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 18 patrons
Samuel will thank you by name in an episode's credits and your name will join all the other Patron's names on the funders list.
1
$5 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 12 patrons
Access to the RelPrime Extra Feed, featuring bonus content like full length interviews and interesting asides which do not fit into the show, as well as your name on the Funders List.
2
$10 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 6 patrons
Samuel will send you a postcard with some math on it, as well as your name on the funders list.
3
$15 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 1 patron
Patreon only Relatively Prime Pin, and the rewards from the previous levels.


4
$25 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 1 patron
Get your hands on the Patreon exclusive "This is for Math" notebook so you can start writing down your own mathematics stories.


5
$50 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 1 patron
Samuel will read your ad or personal message during an episode of the show.
6
$75 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 0 patrons
Instead of just one episode, you will get your ad or personal message on 3 episodes in a row.
7
$100 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 0 patrons
Up to 30 minutes of the voice of Relatively Prime reading whatever you want to hear read in Samuel's dulcet tones(basic decency standards apply).
Goals
$223 of $350 per Episode of Relatively Prime
Help Samuel be able to afford to eat and live and still manage to have enough time to make Relatively Prime
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Relatively Prime is the only podcast which features the best stories from the Mathematical Domain.

After a break that went on far too long Relatively Prime is ready to bring mathematics back to everyone with headphones.

The 3rd season of Relatively Prime is going to be a bit different though. For the first two seasons host and producer Samuel funded Relatively Prime through Kickstarter. This meant Samuel retreated to his cave for months and months to make the show. Which is all well and good but, what were you supposed to do in the long mathless months waiting for episodes to start? Especially as we all knew that once they did show up all the mathematical stories were going to be gone less than two months.

That is why Samuel now plans to take Relatively Prime monthly.

This is going to mean a change in format too. In order to maintain a monthly release schedule the shows are going to focus on telling a single story, instead of a bunch all on a single theme. While this does mean shorter episodes, it also means much more focus on the one story being told.

(Samuel here breaking the fourth wall to share a secret with you inside these parentheses. When the Kickstarter for season 3 failed to reach its goal I essentially wrote off doing any more Relatively Prime, but it is because of all of you who have reached out and said you want to hear more episodes and would support this wonderful work I love to do so much that I am going to bring back the show. Really all the kind words meant so much and I can't wait to give y'all more awesome mathematics stories to listen to.)

So if you enjoy mathematics or stories or mathematical stories please pledge to support the 3rd season of Relatively Prime. Any amount helps! Any amount at all, and the more patrons Relatively Prime gets the more time Samuel will be able to spend spreading the wonderful word of mathematics. (Samuel breaking the 4th wall again here. This last sentence is super true as I do have a primary job which involves making people coffee in order to pay the bills, but the more bills I can pay from making the show the more days I can devote to producing and telling mathematical stories.) Plus, you will get a cool reward when you do pledge and everyone likes getting a little something(the reward levels are cumulative too, so you will get everything from the levels before the one you choose too!).

Thank you so much for your support, and have a matheriffic day!

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Tiers
0
$1 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 18 patrons
Samuel will thank you by name in an episode's credits and your name will join all the other Patron's names on the funders list.
1
$5 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 12 patrons
Access to the RelPrime Extra Feed, featuring bonus content like full length interviews and interesting asides which do not fit into the show, as well as your name on the Funders List.
2
$10 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 6 patrons
Samuel will send you a postcard with some math on it, as well as your name on the funders list.
3
$15 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 1 patron
Patreon only Relatively Prime Pin, and the rewards from the previous levels.


4
$25 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 1 patron
Get your hands on the Patreon exclusive "This is for Math" notebook so you can start writing down your own mathematics stories.


5
$50 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 1 patron
Samuel will read your ad or personal message during an episode of the show.
6
$75 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 0 patrons
Instead of just one episode, you will get your ad or personal message on 3 episodes in a row.
7
$100 or more per Episode of Relatively Prime 0 patrons
Up to 30 minutes of the voice of Relatively Prime reading whatever you want to hear read in Samuel's dulcet tones(basic decency standards apply).