Aerogramme Writers’ Studio has always aimed to provide helpful and interesting news and resources to writers at all stages of their careers. What started out as a small blog with a readership of a few friends (and some accidental visitors looking for collectible vintage stationery) has grown into something much larger. We’ve trended on Reddit, been retweeted by Neil Gaiman and linked to by the New York Times, to name but a few highlights.
As the site has grown, so have the costs. Up until now most of these have been offset by (ever dwindling) advertising revenue and some affiliate links. Unfortunately, this revenue model is not covering our growing expenses and we’ve had to look for something new.
To help secure the future of this site, and its continued growth, we’ve decided to launch a Patreon page. If you haven’t come across Patreon before, it’s a site designed to give creators a way to connect directly with their audiences and get paid for things they are already doing.