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Howdy! I'm Colin Wright.

I write books, I have a podcast, I speak at conferences and schools and such, and I've been blogging at Exile Lifestyle since 2009.

That same year I uprooted my life in Los Angeles, where I was running a branding studio, to start traveling full-time. In the years since, I've been learning at ground-level about people in wildly different environments, cultures, governmental systems, and economic circumstances. I've shared what I've learned through my work.

I generally publish new essays on my blog a few times per month, but folks who contribute here at any level will be funding additional work: at least one additional essay per month, which will be published here a month before it's seen anywhere else. So you'll get access first, but your contribution will also ensure that others get to see it a bit later without paying.

Patrons will also have access to periodic Q&A sessions and other sporadic benefits.

I make my full-time living from my books, and I'm incredibly fortunate to be able to say that. I'm incredibly grateful for the readers who make that possible.

This page is for folks who want to support my work from a different angle: to becomes patrons for publicly accessible work that they sponsor, and which eventually becomes accessible to all because of their investment.

Thanks so much for your support, whatever shape it might take :)

Feel free to email me at [email protected]elifestyle.com if you have any questions, or just want to say hello

I run a news analysis podcast called Let's Know Things (which has its own Patreon), but this Patreon page is focused on my writing & speaking.
Tiers
Exile
$1 or more per month
You can contribute as much or as little as you like: any amount is very much appreciated, and allows me to continue creating things to share with the world.

All patrons will receive access to a monthly essay that I will publish here, on this Patreon page, at least a month before it is published elsewhere.

In short: you are funding work that will eventually be accessible to all. Work that wouldn't have existed without your patronage. I think that's rad.
Howdy! I'm Colin Wright.

I write books, I have a podcast, I speak at conferences and schools and such, and I've been blogging at Exile Lifestyle since 2009.

That same year I uprooted my life in Los Angeles, where I was running a branding studio, to start traveling full-time. In the years since, I've been learning at ground-level about people in wildly different environments, cultures, governmental systems, and economic circumstances. I've shared what I've learned through my work.

I generally publish new essays on my blog a few times per month, but folks who contribute here at any level will be funding additional work: at least one additional essay per month, which will be published here a month before it's seen anywhere else. So you'll get access first, but your contribution will also ensure that others get to see it a bit later without paying.

Patrons will also have access to periodic Q&A sessions and other sporadic benefits.

I make my full-time living from my books, and I'm incredibly fortunate to be able to say that. I'm incredibly grateful for the readers who make that possible.

This page is for folks who want to support my work from a different angle: to becomes patrons for publicly accessible work that they sponsor, and which eventually becomes accessible to all because of their investment.

Thanks so much for your support, whatever shape it might take :)

Feel free to email me at [email protected] if you have any questions, or just want to say hello

I run a news analysis podcast called Let's Know Things (which has its own Patreon), but this Patreon page is focused on my writing & speaking.

Recent posts by Colin Wright

Tiers
Exile
$1 or more per month
You can contribute as much or as little as you like: any amount is very much appreciated, and allows me to continue creating things to share with the world.

All patrons will receive access to a monthly essay that I will publish here, on this Patreon page, at least a month before it is published elsewhere.

In short: you are funding work that will eventually be accessible to all. Work that wouldn't have existed without your patronage. I think that's rad.