Here are some of the latest collaborations we’ve spotted, including guest posts, guest features, Q&As, and interviews. We hope they will inspire writers who are thinking about reaching out to do so.
Guest Writers are always welcome on "moviewise: Life Lessons From Movies" 🤗
* What movie do you find meaningful?
* What #LifeLesson (useful message or insight about life) have you learned from watching this movie?
Write about it and present your most important movie wisdom here:
I collaborated with 3 Substack writers so far:
Joan DeMartin from Crimes and Punishment on rising housing costs (How Will Millions of Americans Keep a Roof Over Their Head?)
Kate McDermott from Kate McDermott's Newsletter on chance meetings that lead us to home (Tea, Travel and Pie), and Michael Reed from Holy Wr*t! on how nomads- and others who move a lot- know what home is even when they haven't found it yet (Abraham Searches for Home). And I have 2 more lined up for May and June. All very different takes on HOME. So wonderful!
Terrific! 😃 More great ways to collaborate!
Been appearing as a guest on other Substack podcasts and interviews, highly recommend it and I am open to it if anyone else is interested.
Crime and Punishment is honored to have hosted Audrey Hood from the The Civic Librarian just this Saturday. And Jan Peppler from Finding Home republished one of my posts about a month ago. I’m sure all three of us would appreciate your shout- out here. 😎 And I just hit 100 subscribers yesterday! ❤️
I would love to collaborate with others on this great site, particularly since I'm a cartoonist and illustrating for other authors would be a blast. My Substack is about my syndicated comic strip, PreTeena, and I discuss what inspired the gags - which also allows me to comment on current trends and events. Anyone interested is welcome to read my Substack, check out the PreTeena strips, or have a glance at my Instagram for my very wide variety of styles. --Allison Barrows
I've just started cross-promoting a few days ago by swapping guest posts with another Japan-based writer, Sean Michael Wilson. I'm also planning a cross-interview with Kana Chan who lives in Japan's deep countryside. But I'm open to collaborations with people who have nothing to do with Japan. I think we can always find interesting points of contacts and opportunities to collaborate even when we cover very different subjects.
I've also just hit 100 subscribers, which makes me happy and eager to do even more. Stay tuned!
Sounds like some good work. I’ve done a few collaborations with fellow writers and it wasn’t that bad. I wouldn’t mine doing more of it.
I first met Corey Hutchins in the Subsrack Go when we wound up in the same break out group. We have since done a joint interview that he used on his news behind the news in Colorado substack and I used a recording for a podcast episode on the evolution of local journalism here in Colorado on my Colorado Switchblade. https://www.coloradoswitchblade.com/p/we-are-going-to-see-a-lot-more-independent?r=lav9v&s=w&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=direct
Corey and I still talk often.
Here’s his great substack:
Grateful to Makenna Rasmussen for coordinating with me to set up a collab between Virtual Humans' The Splice and ICYMI, a newsletter for and about influencers!
Wow it's so cool to be featured together with so many great authors 🤩 Thank you Substack Team! ✨🙇♀️😊
This is not only genius---it is very, very, very do-able.
Nice to see the grass-roots collaboration so many writers immediately tried get a spotlight from Substack. I've been lucky to collaborate with Joseph W. Knowles (who writes "The Tidewater Papers") for a long, ranging transcribed interview: https://kevinlatorre.substack.com/p/christian-themes-talk-joseph-w-knowles?s=w
Since then, we recommend each other (follow him here: https://josephwknowles.substack.com/).
Next up, I'm interviewing William Collen from "Ruins, Ruins, Ruins" (https://www.ruins.blog/) for a June article. We're fans of each other's work, and so talking out just makes sense.
Also, according to the live ISS Satilite feed on YouTube as of last night. The middle east is on fire ...
President of the United States of America, Steven Lewis King here. I need help getting to Washington DC. These crazy polical southern people got me held against my will.
Collaboration in writing is indeed intriguing. My writing is esoteric and probably irrelevant to everyday life. How can collaboration work for me?