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Brandon Sanderson & Dan Wells
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Join bestselling authors Brandon Sanderson and Dan Wells as they search for the perfect podcast name and talk about the weird things they love—such as food heists, the perfect popcorn salt, and whether any art can truly be perfect. Listen for commentary on movies, TV shows, books, video games, and wherever else their conversation leads them.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 127 ratings
A straight up FUN podcast
I love this podcast so much!! I look forward to a new episode each week and I always am smiling or giggling while I listen. My favorite part is that each weeks topic is such a random fun surprise and so I never know what to expect. Brandon and Dan are such an iconic duo and I highly recommend...Read full review »
cclovesreading via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/13/21
Gormenghasting via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/04/21
The Perfect Podcast
It is a podcast that accomplishes exactly what it set out to do and in so doing is the perfect podcast.
feyCreator via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/21
Recent Episodes
Brandon and Dan talk about: Magic The Gathering and games in general, why Brandon stuck with MtG and Dan Didn’t, their basic philosophies of their lives as centered around games Sprinkled with their normal meandering tangents. You don’t need to be super-hardcore into MtG to listen.  You can join...
Published 10/20/21
Brandon and Dan talk about spoilers and their effects on the enjoyment of media and movies they liked more the second time around. This episode contains major spoilers for The Village and The Prestige. You can join the discussion and vote for your favorite podcast title at r/sanderson:...
Published 10/13/21
Brandon and Dan talk about really bad story ideas including alternate dimension time travel disaster tourism and workshop them out of terribleness(?) that leads to a discussion about where they would go in time, if they could. This, unsurprisingly, leads to a tangent about general travel,...
Published 10/06/21
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