Our Editorial Vision
We tell inside stories about Queen Village—spotlighting people and places; arts and culture—giving readers a taste of what’s new in restaurants, bars, and music. We give the neighborhood scoop to our residents. We answer questions about how city programs work. We share what’s new at our schools, parks, and playgrounds. We announce upcoming activities and events.
Why is the oldest neighborhood in the city still one of today’s most eclectic and vibrant places to live? Discover the Queen Village Quarterly Crier.
QVNA is a nonprofit civic association representing the best interests of Queen Village. We provide and promote community stewardship, advocacy and service and we publish articles that are consistent with this mission.
We seek original content that will appeal to both new and longtime Queen Village residents, and you may contribute to our magazine in a number of ways. Editorially we look for neighborhood stories with appeal to a broad range of Queen Village residents.
Whether you’d like to write a story or just suggest it, we’re happy to hear ideas from neighbors. Before contacting us, please take a look at what we can’t print in editorial, familiarize yourself with topics we’re interested in, and read an issue to get a feeling for how we cover stories.
Interested in pitching a story? Great! Find out how.