First off, we really want to know what we can do to help you right now. We hope your favorite MaxFun shows have been keeping you company during this very strange and challenging time. What else can we do to make you laugh, give you some comfort, or maybe just distract you from the news? Please click here to fill out our very brief survey!
Here’s a recap of some extra fun stuff that’s been happening recently:
Maximum Fun Classics Feed
Last week, we launched a new, limited-run podcast feed showcasing classic episodes from various MaxFun shows. It’s a great way to revisit old favorites, find new ones, or get your housemates hooked on Maximum Fun! We’ll keep adding new (old) shows to it for a while, so be sure to subscribe! You can add the RSS feed to your favorite podcatcher or stream via our website. Enjoy!
Livestreams, extra recordings, and online shows from MaxFun hosts!
Hosts playing games:
Hosts playing with their food:
Hosts hanging out:
Jesse Thorn Guesting on Brian Heater’s Podcast
Ben Harrison Star Trek and #GreatestGen Stuffcast
Reading Glasses Isolation Book Club
Jordan Morris Ask Me Anything
John Hodgman’s GET YOUR PETS
Justin McElroy Talking Disney World
Sawbones Match Day Party
100% delightfully wholesome content:
What’s coming up next:
Janet Varney Reading and Q&A
Be sure to check out our events calendar to keep up to date as new events get added!
We’d like to hear from you!
How are you doing? What are you up to? Email April (our amazing new Director of Development and Membership who just joined us a couple of weeks ago!) at firstname.lastname@example.org with your photos and stories about where you are enjoying MaxFun content and how you’re spending your time (even if it’s just taking 10 minutes to hide from your kids in the bathroom). We’d love to share your stories and photos with the MaxFun community!
Here’s what MaxFun staff members are up to!
Kira Gowan, Ad Operations Specialist (She/Her)
Kira has been making clay masks this week!
“My pottery studio is closed, so I’ve been working on smaller projects at home. I figured, if I can’t invite friends over, I might as well make some new friends.”