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. Each issue uses a central theme—“loneliness” or “boundaries”—to build an original, insightful, and creative perspective through interviews with folks we admire, personal essays, reported features, visual stories, and recommendations for what to read and watch.
This isn’t your therapist’s scientific journal. It isn’t some self-help manual. And we aren’t telling you how to “fix” an issue.
We are Anxy. Aren’t you?
THE FOUR ANXY ISSUES
Every issue features a celebrity interview.
What I Do
I am a founding member and senior editor on the Anxy magazine team. As Senior Editor, I brainstorm each issue, assign and edit stories, write stories and copy for marketing emails or videos, and help produce live events. I oftentimes partner with the Art Director to brainstorm illustrations or choose photos, and in the case of most photo essays, I write the story that accompanies the photographs. Anxy is a passion project and therefore extremely collaborative.
Nothing to Worry About by Melissa Spitz
The Manic Mirage by Amanda Rosenberg
Removing the Mask of Masculinity by Quentin Vennie
Please Stop Telling Me To Leave My Comfort Zone by Melody Wilding
What It’s Like When ICE Detains You by Floricel Ramos (syndicated by The Guardian)