Anxy is an award-winning magazine about our inner worlds—the ones we often refuse to share, the personal struggles, the fears that fool us into believing that the rest of the world is normal and we’re not.

Two years ago, a few friends and I kickstarted a new kind of mental health magazine. We called it Anxy.


Each issue of Anxy uses a central theme—like “loneliness” or “fear”—to build an insightful and creative perspective. 


We commission writers and artists all over the world to report features, craft personal essays, interview notable creatives, capture powerful imagery, and illustrate inspiring visuals.



As Anxy's Senior Editor, I assign and edit reported features, essays, and op-eds. I help grow the magazine's network of contributors and assist with fact-checking and proofing final copy. Occasionally, I help produce live pop-up Anxy storytelling events for audiences of 60-100 people at SF venues (like The Battery).


A few other pieces I've edited...

How Do You Know You're Overworking? By Sarah Hutto

Nothing to Worry About by Melissa Spitz

The Manic Mirage by Amanda Rosenberg

What It's Like When People Shout At You All Day

The Color Red by Joel L. Daniels

Taking Care by Talia Herman