This week, we interviewed Wesley Verhoeve, a photographer who writes Process, a newsletter about the craft and process of photography. This interview h…
This week, we interviewed Victor Luckerson, a journalist and writer who writes Run It Back, a newsletter about Tulsa’s historic Greenwood District, fam…
When we started Substack, we didn’t know if the model would work. Today, more than half a million people pay to subscribe to a publication on the platf…
This week, we interviewed Tabatha Leggett, a literary agent for Finnish literature who writes Bookmarked, a newsletter about her journey to read a book…
We’ve recently added some new features to improve the publishing experience on Substack. Recommended links First, you can now add links to your Substac…
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This post is an attempt to offer further clarity on how and why we make our moderation decisions.
We invited Edwin Dorsey, author of The Bear Cave, to share his insights on launching a paid newsletter. Edwin is an individual investor who writes anal…
This week, we interviewed Mitch Blum, a music enthusiast who writes Exile on Newbury St., a newsletter where he and three friends compete for the best …
A response to some questions about Substack Pro, our program that funds writers to start new publications. 
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We sat down with Illyanna Maisonet, who writes Eat Gorda Eat, to share her reflections on launching a paid newsletter.
We invited Camila Russo, author of The Defiant, to share her insights on launching a paid newsletter.
We interviewed Craig Morgan to share his insights on launching a paid newsletter.