At Jarry, we're broadly interested in how food functions in queer life, and no topic is too obvious or obscure to be considered. We’re agnostic to settings, and seek to highlight subjects who have food associations that may or may not seem immediately clear—a chef, a mixologist, a stay-at-home parent, a dancer, a busperson. We’re equally eager to explore areas related to modern domesticity that are a natural extension of food: home design, DIY projects, gardening, sex and relationships, and the like.
We publish profiles and interviews; culture, style, trend, and history pieces; photo essays and illustration series; recipes and reviews; and are open to considering anything else that fits in the scope of our content.
All creative work is compensated. No topic is too serious or silly to explore. And what’s provocative mustn’t be pandering. We've always been interested in seeing what patterns emerge when queer contributors are given a space to create for an audience of their queer peers.
To pitch us a story idea, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Story Submission: [your name]." Include clips or a CV if you wish, as well as a brief summary (~150 words) of what you plan to write and a few paragraphs of introductory text so that we can get a sense of your angle and writing style. If your story is complete, feel free to attach it as a Word document or PDF.
If you're interested in working with us as an illustrator, photographer, or other graphic artist, please write to email@example.com with the subject line "Art Submission: [your name]." Please share a link to your website or portfolio. If you wish to submit a stand-alone graphic piece, please include sketches and a brief written overview of your concept.
Photo by Cara Howe