Our Story

Est. 2019

Dirty Girls Magazine is the brainchild of writing students Joelle Lambert and McKenzie Teter. 

Bringing their respective editorial expertise to common use, the team

(whose friendship spans over two decades) felt the need for a casual and comfortable platform to share compelling art and literature. 

Bringing their publication to a free, digital platform was just the beginning. Now in the making are Dirty Girls print mags, merch, and podcast! 

At Dirty Girls Magazine, it's our mission to curate and circulate entertainment and insight, while promoting emerging and distinguished artists on an accessible, worldwide platform. 

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Who can Submit?

We have eclectic tastes and are open to various voices, forms, and styles. We inclusively accept submissions from

all persons and gender identities.

We encourage submissions from writers of all identities, living anywhere, published and unpublished.​

What makes a piece suitable for Dirty Girls? 

We want your boldest, baddest, and most brilliant. 

For submission guidelines: