Become a Gotham Ghost
Calling All Writing Pros
Our commitment to being a full-service firm extends not just to the forms of writing we do, but also to the way we function. Through our four-step process, we work with you and our writers every step of the way to find the perfect match and to ensure that your final product is resonant, relevant, and effective with your target audience.
Once you’re in our network, we’ll email you announcements about upcoming projects. If something interests you, you send back your pitch. If it’s a close match, we’ll package and pass your portfolio along to the client. Typically, a client will interview a handful of candidates, then select a writer or writers.
In general, writers name their price, and Gotham Ghostwriters will counsel you on what’s reasonable. We collect a standard commission on each project.
We subscribe to the classic ghostwriter code, which puts a premium on anonymity and confidentiality. That’s why you won’t see the names of our writers in our marketing materials.
Gotham Ghostwriters introduced me to one of my most valued clients, with whom I have been working steadily for over eight years now. And Gotham has given me the opportunity to meet with other writers who have become important sources of connections and advice. I happily recommend working with them.
One of the most challenging things about being a speechwriter is finding new people to work with, and getting access to interesting opportunities. Gotham has a diverse network of clients and offers you the chance to work on compelling projects. When you put your name in the mix, they do everything to support you — and more — so you know the project is set up for success.
Freelance speechwriters once were lost, and now are found. Mostly, thanks to Gotham Ghostwriters, which has in less than a decade rounded up the best writers on one hand, to match them thoughtfully with the best clients, on the other. GG is good for all of us.
I’ve worked with Dan and his team for several years now, and they’ve been nothing but helpful, supportive, communicative. Best of all, they’re aggressive: Rather than let the gigs come to them, they go to the gigs, and that’s exactly what we freelance writers need — an ally.
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If you think you have what it takes to be one of our elite writers, we’re interested in hearing from you.