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kingdom of ink careers

Kingdom of Ink is based in Los Angeles, CA, but freelancers from around the world are a part of our collective.

 

At Kingdom of Ink, we're creating an ecosystem where expert freelance writers can find opportunities, community, and support to create their best work and reach their highest creative potential. We believe in creating a white glove service for our clients, solving any and all writing needs with the highest-quality talent pool. Our clients choose Ink when they want a job done right, and freelancers choose us when they want to be a part of a community that supports and cares about them. 

 

When you join Kingdom of Ink, you're joining a movement of writers dedicated to providing community-driven support, accountability, and growth.

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Interested in applying to Kingdom of Ink? We’re looking for a select group of top-tier talent to become a part of our collective. Explore our openings below and fill out a general application.

Please note that all writers must go through the incubator program before being considered for other openings. Writers in the incubator program complete projects while being overseen by our writing industry experts. 

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Freelance Memoir Ghostwriter (remote)

We’re looking for writers who are either memoir ghostwriters currently or who are looking to grow their memoir ghostwriting and nonfiction book ghostwriting career.

 

We're looking for writers who are reliable, personable, can meet deadlines, and who are well-read.

 

The start date of this position is July 2021. All writers must go through our Kingdom of Ink “incubator” where they will work closely with Kingdom of Ink writers to learn the tools of freelancing, project management, and memoir writing. The incubation period is a paid 3 month period. 

 

The time commitment for this position is project dependent and flexible, and on a project-by-project basis. Writers will have access to a job board where they can accept jobs and get feedback and guidance on their work. At the end of the incubation period, their work will be evaluated to see if it makes sense for them to join Kingdom of Ink as a writer on the website who is also eligible for our mutual aid system.

 

 

Freelance Blog Writer (remote)

A busy freelance writer is looking for a writers' assistant to help write blog posts, press releases, professional bios, proofreading/editing, and other technical writing needs. Pay is $20/hour, and schedule and hours are flexible. 

 

We're looking for writers who are reliable, responsive, detail-oriented, and highly polished writers. This is a remote, freelance position.

The start date of this position is July 2021. Writers must go through our Kingdom of Ink “incubator” where they will work closely with Kingdom of Ink writers to learn the tools of freelancing, project management, and technical writing. 

 

The time commitment for this position is project dependent and flexible, and on a project-by-project basis. Writers will have access to a job board where they can accept jobs and get feedback and guidance on their work. At the end of the incubation period, their work will be evaluated to see if it makes sense for them to join Kingdom of Ink as a writer on the website who is also eligible for our mutual aid system.


 

Academic Ghostwriter (remote)

A new freelance writers' collective is looking to add academic writers to their team. We match our freelance academic writers with the clients and jobs that are right for them, taking into account each of their interests, experience, availability, and rate. Academic writers will create, edit, proofread, research, and format academic writing tasks.

 

In addition to connecting our writers with clients, our collective makes it easy to pursue freelance work by taking on the burdens of payment processing, legal paperwork, and providing a mutual aid safety net.

 

There is no time commitment for this position. It is up to our freelancers to decide how much time to commit to the projects that come their way. Responsibilities will also change from project to project. 

Freelance Developmental & Line Editors (remote)

A new freelance writers' collective is looking to add editors to their team. We match our freelance editors with the clients and jobs that are right for them. We take into account each of our editors' interests, experience, availability, and rate. We're looking for both line editors and developmental editors or anyone who can fulfill both roles. In addition to connecting our writers with clients, our collective makes it easy to pursue freelance work by taking on the burdens of payment processing, legal paperwork, and providing a mutual aid safety net.

 

There is no time commitment for this position. It is up to our freelancers to decide how much time to commit to the projects that come their way. Responsibilities will also change from project to project, but generally include proofreading, providing feedback, and annotating spelling and grammatical errors among other duties.

 

The start date of this position is July 2021. Writers/editors must go through our Kingdom of Ink “incubator” where they will work closely with Kingdom of Ink writers to learn the tools of freelancing, project management, and technical writing.

 

Writers will have access to a job board where they can accept jobs and get feedback and guidance on their work. At the end of the incubation period, their work will be evaluated to see if it makes sense for them to join Kingdom of Ink as a writer on the website who is also eligible for our mutual aid system.

The Kingdom of Ink "Ink-u-Ship"

Here at Kingdom of Ink, we do internships a little differently. We'll work with you to develop the skills the freelancers who are in our collective learn as they become freelance writers. From creating your own website with a freelance portfolio to learning how to blog or network with like-minded creatives, we've created an internship that's all about cultivating skills in the context of creatives finding freedom in freelancing. During this program, you'll work with founders Kyle Cords and Amy Suto on developing your portfolio in alignment with your goals along with a small group of writers in our incubator/internship program. While the program is tailored to individuals, we touch on areas such as: Hollywood 2.0, building passive income streams, creating a killer portfolio and website, juggling creative projects with freelance work, and other areas related to creating a sustainable work/life balance for up-and-coming writers. 

 

Our Ink-u-Ship can be taken for optional college credit. We're looking for writers who want to build freelance careers of their own, particularly in the areas of memoir ghostwriting, copywriting, nonfiction book writing, academic writing, developmental editing, and other writing-focused areas of freelancing. We are currently not accepting internship applications.

learn more about the kingdom

To learn more about us, visit our About Us page.