“Sonali Fernando, it is easy to say, is a deep-rooted local legend. Her fiery persona, her bellowing and  boisterous laugh, and above all her ongoing cultural investment in the Crescent City have made her one of the greats here. Her many projects run the gamut, and her toes are dipped in a multitude of communities ….communities where she is highly respected. I consider her a close friend now, and I am so blessed to have her. She reminds me to focus on my breath and be present. She reminds me of the beautiful things that people can create together, and how important that is in life.” –Aubrey Edwards Read more about Sonali in our next issue….But we Need Your Help! Since the beginning, we wanted Got a Girl Crush Magazine to be an advertising-free publication, which is why we’ve created a Kickstarter to help bring it to print.  What’s in Issue #3? We’re working on this issue as we speak and hope to launch it in April 2014. We’ve got some great interviews, essays & articles lined up.  Here’s who you’ll find in Issue #3: Sonali Fernando (New Orleans renaissance woman) Cristen Conger & Caroline Ervin (Stuff Mom Never Told You podcast) Helen Ho (cycling advocate) Mary Roach! (author) Annie Larsen (ALL Knitwear) Cait Oppermann & Yael Malka (photographers) Ellen Van Dusen (Dusen Dusen) Jenny Thai (writer) Paula Z. Segal (596 Acres) Rena Tom (Makeshift Society) Sand Falconer & Dana Wright (Falconwright) Spread the word and chip in what you can — every bit helps and we’ve got some awesome rewards too! The campaign runs through March 21st, and as with all Kickstarter campaigns—it’s all or nothing, baby! There are a ton of cool rewards at every level and you can essentially pre-order Issue #3 (with some bonus goodies!) starting at $25! We hope you’re as excited as we are to bring the magazine to print and thank you for all your support! Every little bit helps and we thank everyone who’s already helped bring us closer to our goal! (photos by Aubrey Edwards)

“Sonali Fernando, it is easy to say, is a deep-rooted local legend. Her fiery persona, her bellowing and  boisterous laugh, and above all her ongoing cultural investment in the Crescent City have made her one of the greats here. Her many projects run the gamut, and her toes are dipped in a multitude of communities ….communities where she is highly respected. I consider her a close friend now, and I am so blessed to have her. She reminds me to focus on my breath and be present. She reminds me of the beautiful things that people can create together, and how important that is in life.” –Aubrey Edwards

Read more about Sonali in our next issue….But we Need Your Help! Since the beginning, we wanted Got a Girl Crush Magazine to be an advertising-free publication, which is why we’ve created a Kickstarter to help bring it to print

What’s in Issue #3? We’re working on this issue as we speak and hope to launch it in April 2014. We’ve got some great interviews, essays & articles lined up. 

Here’s who you’ll find in Issue #3:

Spread the word and chip in what you can — every bit helps and we’ve got some awesome rewards too! The campaign runs through March 21st, and as with all Kickstarter campaigns—it’s all or nothing, baby! There are a ton of cool rewards at every level and you can essentially pre-order Issue #3 (with some bonus goodies!) starting at $25! We hope you’re as excited as we are to bring the magazine to print and thank you for all your support! Every little bit helps and we thank everyone who’s already helped bring us closer to our goal!

(photos by Aubrey Edwards)