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Five years ago, a bunch of friends in Chicago gathered around a single Yeti microphone and spent a few hours talking about Stephen King‘s first novel, Carrie. Two weeks later, they dusted off ‘Salem’s Lot. Then The Shining. Hell, they even covered Rage, King’s first novel under the pseudonym Richard Bachman. To their surprise, it didn’t take long for them all to realize that their weekend book club was becoming a legitimate show with dedicated listeners.

Constant Listeners, if you will.

Half a decade later, The Losers’ Club is entering its sixth season and only now just closing the book on King’s output from the ’90s. Needless to say, their chronological journey has seen its share of long days and pleasant nights, and they’ve all been captured across hundreds upon hundreds of hours of content. Yet, the podcast is busier than ever: There are more voices, more perspectives, and more challenging conversations being had on a weekly basis.

Today, Losers Michael Roffman, Randall Colburn, Jenn Adams, and Dan Caffrey reel in the years with a meditative discussion on the past, the present, and what’s yet to come. Together, they wax nostalgic on the show’s origins and celebrate the highly supportive community behind the show. They also highlight the greatest hits from 2021, which includes a bump from Sai King himself, and preview all the events going down in King’s Dominion throughout 2022.

Stream the episode below and return next week when the Losers celebrate the best of Stephen King in the ’90s. For further adventures, join the Club over long days and pleasant nights via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, RadioPublic, Acast, Google Podcasts, and RSS. You can also unlock hundreds of hours of exclusive content in The Barrens (Patreon) — from deep dives into uncollected King works to Dark Tower detours to feature-length King commentaries.

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