Happy New Year! With 2020 upon us, we wanted to take a look back at 2019. In this very special episode, we’re looking back at some of our favorite books, TV shows, movies, and other things from 2019, and talking about what we’re looking forward to in 2020. We’d love to hear about your favs from the year and what you’re looking forward to in the upcoming year! Hit us up on twitter or Instagram!

We put a lot of work into this podcast this year. K crunched some numbers! Please consider supporting our labor by leaving us a one-time tip on Ko-fi. Even better yet, become a monthly patron via Patreon and you can unlock a bunch of exclusive perks like mini-sodes, bonus episodes, and access to our community of reader-listeners on Discord. You can also show your support by rating and reviewing the show!

If you are trying to find out what we’re reading next, you can find our schedule under Future Episodes, you can find past episodes there as well, or on the Episodes page. We also have a bright and shiny FAQ page! You can find the interview episodes for J & K here.

We’re going to link to all the things we talked about in the episode below (mostly books and TV shows), but a quick warning that there are spoilers for ACOMAF and Coco in this episode. We also mentioned a Crooked Kingdom episode that we planned to have out before now, but it will be headed your way soon!

That’s all we’ve got for you! What are you looking forward to in the coming year? What have been your favorite books and movies? Drop us a line on twitter or Instagram.

The podcast theme song is “Unermerry Academy of Magics” by Augustin C from the album “Fantasy Music”, which you can download on FreeMusicArchive.com.

JK, it’s magic is recorded and produced on stolen indigenous land: Arapahoe, Cheyenne, and Ute (Kelly) and Chickasha, Kaskaskia, Kickapoo, Mascoutin, Miami, Mesquaki, Odawa, Ojibwe, Peankashaw, Peoria, Potawatomi, Sauk, and Wea (Jessie).

You can support Indigenous communities by donating to Mitakuye FoundationNative Women’s Wilderness, or the Navajo Water Project. These suggested places came from @lilnativeboy


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