MuseHub is an online directory of freelance writers and artists for hire. For a small monthly fee, we feature and promote these creative individuals so that they can get more exposure for their work, and are more likely to be seen by potential clients.

Our writers (bloggers, copywriters, ghostwriters, content marketers, and editors) and artists (traditional, digital, custom crafts builders, and photographers) are each interviewed on the MuseHub Podcast so that they can gab about what they do best.

We also offer a free-to-use job board for writers and artists (updated weekly) so that they can reach out to clients themselves, rather than waiting for clients to find them.

MuseHub is THE place for freelance artists and writers to connect with clients, and with each other!

About Our Founder

Lauren Tharp is a freelance writer and editor and the owner of the multiple award-winning LittleZotz Writing.

Lauren first had the idea for MuseHub back in 2015. Initially viewing it as a place for writers and artists to communicate and work with each other, she realized that it would be evenĀ more useful to use the space as a way to connect creative freelancers with clients. And, thus, on March 20th of 2018, MuseHub as we know it today was born.

Although Lauren’s talents lie in writing and editing, she was raised by two freelance artists (a painter and a sculptor), and her long-time significant other is a freelance artist (illustrator) as well. Lauren has always had a deep appreciation for art of all kinds and understands the plights of freelance artists as well as writers.

Lauren has also had a passion for promoting others’ talents since she was very young. At twelve, she was stopped by a modeling agent and asked if she would be interested in being a child model. Her response? “No. How do I getĀ your job?” Even at twelve years old, she knew she was born to be an agent — representing the talents of others, rather than her own.

Lauren runs the show here at MuseHub, and you can hear her voice as the host of the MuseHub Podcast!