Are you a knowledgeable literary agent, author, or publishing expert? Then we would love to speak with you about a collaboration!
Since 2017, So You Want to Write? has been helping writers improve their work and publish their books. We do that by connecting writers with publishing pros who can give them guidance on their books via 1-on-1 Consultations and Coaching Programs.
What's in it for you?
You get the satisfaction of making a direct and profound impact on writers, while earning a second stream of income. If you love working with writers and have a knack for mentorship, we'd love to talk to you.
How it works
Soyouwanttowrite.org is a meeting place for writers and publishing experts. We work with you to curate a knowledge offering that is unique to you and your areas of expertise.
Then, we find writers that want to learn from you, and set up all the logistical hoopla (Zoom, calendar invites, Slack, etc.) so you can focus on what you excel at—all while earning 50 to 70% commissions!
In other words, you deliver your expertise and we'll send you paying clients!
Get in touch
If you're interested in a mutually beneficial collaboration where you're treated like a partner and not an employee, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your bio, any relevant URLs, a paragraph or two about your area of expertise, and your desired format for working with us (e.g. 1-on-1 consultations or long-term coaching programs).
But wait, is this a conflict of interest?
In all of the services that we provide we are clear that clients are paying for information and expertise that will help them write their book and increase their chances of publishing. We make no representation that they will be signed with an agent! (However, you may just find your next superstar client.)
The agent-client relationship is sacrosanct and we work carefully to ensure there is a firewall between your agenting work and your consulting work with us.
We believe that writers benefit hugely from your expertise, and that you should be compensated for your knowledge!
Working agents will of course want to consult their agency guidelines before reaching out to explore a collaboration.