“As much as we complain about other people, there is nothing worse for mental health than a social desert.”
– Charles Montgomery
Art – Isabel Bishop
We cater for everybody who has a story to write.
We have time. We believe in Omoikane, the Japanese god of wisdom and insight, a deity capable of making decisions that we would make if we only had the time. We make good decisions and start writing for you in a jiffy. Of course, after our first meeting (in person or online) and after we have received your brief.
We have perseverance. We love Kintsugi (translated as ‘golden joinery’), the centuries-old Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold, silver, or platinum. We work, write and repair your web content until it is clear, clever, shareable and… invincible.
We have the right words for your SEO copy and the short-tail and the long-tail keyphrases for your SEO on-page.
We can write for any type of legal site. We dwell in many environments (business, legal, finance, marketing) and we have written white papers, proposals, brochures, contracts, marketing plans, business plans, sales landing pages, CVs, reviews, product descriptions, content marketing messages and have crafted any type of well-optimized stories.
We’d love to hear from you!
“Storytelling has always been a big deal for companies.
But forget business for a minute. Stories are much bigger than that, they’re central to our human existence.” – gapinvoid
Stories are about people, not about business, not about products. Behind every successful business, there is a person whose heart trembled with fear, apprehension and disappointment. Behind any product there is a set of questions one bluntly asks in desperation and determination. We don’t really have all the answers to all questions but if we weave them into a story, maybe we can touch the answers with some words.
We write stories to survive and sur-thrive.
“Language is a skin: I rub my language against the other. It is as if I had words instead of fingers, or fingers at the tip of my words. My language trembles with desire.”
– Roland Barthes, “Talking,” in A Lover’s Discourse, 1977
But with such setting, what is there to write about?
… The perfection of a stolen moment far from the madding crowd:
• Harry’s Bar London
She says: “Be the one who cares, make words so disruptive that they create new worlds, hopes and dreams. Even if we are unhappy dinosaurs and find shelter in an Iron Tale or ruminate about feeling too much, whilst declaring colorless apparel, we should take power and strength from our stories.”
Her published poems can be found in The Sudden Denouement Anthology Volume I.
What is the hardest question you would ask your Business lecturer?
What business path would you pursue thirty years from now?
Art by Tatiana Kazakova.
Storytelling is a magic realm. We are lucky to spend here a large chunk of our time.
What kind of letters do we write from the land of storytelling?
Life stories strangled in magnanimous stanzas build on love, fear, equanimity, and on the wizardry of sundowns and sunups.
Cover letters that tell stories of passion, dedication, failure and success, web content and presentations about a world of our own choosing built around something that we ourselves have created.
“We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the treasure of our lives.” – Toni Morrison
Art by Franz von Stuck.