This week, Euclid Media Group published the premiere issue of Out In SA, the city magazine for queer San Antonio, with coverage of local politics, culture, real estate, fashion, and food, and a team of advice columnists for our diverse lives: parenting, sex, identity and more.
The magazine features the writing and creative work of more than 30 LGBT community members and allies, from QSanAntonio founder Sam Sanchez to entertainer Jade Esteban Estrada and author William Jack Sibley, from Professor Amy Stone to literary critic Christine Garza and photojournalist Antonia Padilla.
In the 108 full-color pages of our Winter 2015 issue, you’ll find stories about workplace equality, the bad behavior that sent Robert Tobin into self-imposed exile, AirBnB best practices, the culture of hunting and eating game, and entrepreneurs like Michael Bobo, W.D. Deli co-owner and parfumier.
You’ll also find many of the beautiful and interesting faces that make up our LGBT community: Marisela Fonseca and Gina Ramirez, who challenged the ice house that kicked them out for kissing on the dance floor; Marsha Warren, Mayor Ivy Taylor’s LGBT Liaison; Lick owners Anthony Sobotik and Chad Palmatier; attorney Justin Nichols, who represents NDO complainants; caterer and farmers-market pioneer Chuck Hernandez; and actress Renee Garvens.
Out In SA is published quarterly in the Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall by Euclid Media Group. It is distributed at more than 200 locations in San Antonio, including restaurants, bars, public-library branches, and shops and restaurants at the Pearl. Our website, out-in-sa.com, has been live since October 1, with ongoing news coverage in Sam Sanchez’s QSA and a free community calendar. The magazine and website also feature a local LGBT business directory.
Out In SA Winter 2015 is out now. The Spring 2015 issue will be available February 18, just days before the first annual Out In SA Oscars party, February 22.
Elaine Wolff, Editor and Publisher
Jade Esteban Estrada (general, entertainment)
Tom Payton (parenthood)
Dr. Amy Stone (politics, elections)
Dr. Faith Harper, The Intimacy Doctor (relationships, sex)
Dr. Jackie Parsons (families, coming out)
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