Quirk Magazine is an online magazine designed by and for young women. Frustrated with the current selection of magazines that objectify women, Quirk Magazine serves to be an alternative option. We care about topics relevant to young women today, ranging from fashion to social issues. We celebrate creativity by sharing artistic endeavors of other women. We value honest stories and reflections that allow us to look at the world with a new perspective. Our hope is that this magazine will spur you to experience life with unrelenting curiosity.
Founder and Editor
Born in Singapore, Abi picked up an American accent while living in Kazakhstan as a little girl. She recently graduated from Northwestern University and is an ardent fan of design and front-end development. Abi loves obsessing over film, hugging people, receiving snail mail, drooling over the latest tech gadgets, and learning to see every cloud’s silver lining.
This could be you
Hello there! Quirk Magazine is looking for Main Contributors, Editors, Illustrators, and Photographers to help out as we grow. Main Contributors will produce content for Quirk on a regular basis. Editors will curate content and sift through submissions. Illustrators and Photographers will create visual imagery to go along with written articles. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: How often is the website updated with new content?
A: Because we just recently launched, we aim to update the website with new content at least twice a week. As we gain traction in the future, we hope to add new content daily.
Q: Will there be a future Food, DIY, or other section?
A: Maybe! If there is enough demand, and people are willing to contribute content, this could definitely happen.
Q: Do you have a print edition?
A: It would be a dream to expand into print. If we gain enough viewership, publishing a print magazine issue to complement our online content would be very possible.
Q: How can I give feedback?
A: We are always open to feedback regarding how our website and magazine can be improved. If there’s something you want to see in Quirk, let us know! You can send feedback to email@example.com.
For further inquiries, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’d like to submit content, you can head on over to the submit page for more details.