Kingdom of Ink is a freelance writers' collective run by founders Amy Suto and Kyle Cords. Our kingdom is made up of expert freelance writers who have mastered the art of solving your storytelling needs, whether that’s in the form of a memoir or a clever piece of copy. Our talented scribes are journalists, Hollywood professionals, and other artisan creatives with years of experience writing for a variety of different mediums.
Our writers are not only at the top of their field, they're also uniquely supported by our innovative structure, which allows them to do their best work. Kingdom of Ink sets aside 5% of every contract to be redistributed as mutual aid to all of our freelance writers. By choosing Kingdom of Ink, you're investing in an ethical system of supporting creatives through a collaborative safety net.
Kyle Cords is a writer, producer, and founder. He is the co-founder of Kingdom of Ink, a writing services company. He serves as the Executive Producer on the scripted podcasts THE LAST STATION and JUST TO BE NOMINATED, and co-runs the podcast production company Kingdom of Pavement. Kyle is also the founder of The Orphanage Collective, a reimagining of management by creatives, for creatives, as well as Kingdom of Ink, a freelance writing collective.
Amy Suto is a writer, founder, and scripted podcast producer. She founded Kingdom of Ink, a writing services company, with her partner Kyle Cords to help creatives build freelance writing careers. She also runs the company Kingdom of Pavement, which produces scripted and unscripted podcasts, including The Last Station, a podcast about the last radio station to survive the apocalypse. When she’s not running companies, she’s ghostwriting memoirs for people all over the world or working on her novel. Amy also teaches yoga and goes bouldering because she’s allergic to free time. You can find more about Amy and read her blog at: AmySuto.com
What does it even mean to be a freelancer in this fast-paced, complex, ever-changing world? After working at the intersections of community work and arts/entertainment, I was extremely excited to hear the plans to create Kingdom of Ink, an organization that supports freelance writers not only in a professional sense, but from a place of community, education, and joy. Kingdom of Ink’s heart and soul is held up by its well-informed and thoughtful foundations—and built by creatives who care. Joining the Kingdom of Ink has been so meaningful for my own creative life and I’m so thankful and happy to be a part of building this new Kingdom to support our members in each of their respective creative journeys!
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