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The H.G. Wells
Supporting the little guy, documenting the commonplace, dreaming of the utopian, and sometimes destroying the world, you are:
The H.G. Wells Patron
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- Exclusive access to all the posts in the Patron-only feed
- I will thank you by name in an upcoming episode!
The Arthur Conan Doyle
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The Conan Doyle Patron
- All previous benefits (but with greater sense of well-being)
- Exclusive, patron-only BONUS EPISODES! These mini-episodes will be released periodically, especially in the breaks between seasons.
The Mary Shelley
Youthful creator of a timeless masterpiece, destined to personal tragedy but everlasting fame. You are a tireless supporter of family and friends. You are:
The Mary Shelley Patron
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- A postcard, arriving to your door, personally thanking you for your support.
About Words To That Effect
Fantastic. Thank you!
I'm Conor Reid, the host and creator of Words To That Effect: Stories of the Fiction that Shapes Popular Culture.
WTTE has been growing steadily since its launch in June 2017 and I would love to keep on making the show better. However, it takes a serious amount of time to make each episode...which is where you come in!
If you become a patron and join the WTTE community you can get exclusive access to bonus episodes, a shoutout on the show, and a number of other patron-only rewards.
Oh, and my undying gratitude!
My initial goals are modest:
The Initial Goal
$100 a month would cover the basic running costs of the show: books for research, web hosting and other tech stuff, small marketing costs, and so on.
The Medium-Term Goal
$200 a month would be a huge step towards allowing me to take time away from other work and put it into making WTTE even better.
The Longer-Term Goal
After that the real goal is to make Words To That Effect a significant part of what I do. More time for editing and getting the perfect guests, and money to update my equipment and for some marketing. Right now that's simply not possible because each episode takes a ludicrously long time to make. However, if support starts to grow I will start seriously looking into how to really grow the show. Once I reach the $200 goal I'll update everyone on how we can try to make that happen.
Thank you so much for listening and for being a part of the show.
Words To That Effect