From DELCO: Thought-Provoking Magazine from Media Resident a Resource for Women of All Ages

Aubrey Fink

The Bridge, a thought-provoking and emotional new magazine and manual from Media resident Aubrey Fink, offers something for women of all ages, writes Lisa Dukart for Main Line Today.

Fink, who is a graphic design student at the University of the Arts, was partly inspired to create the magazine by Amy Schumer’s memoir, The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo.

“I want to give you the power to look at the women in your life with curiosity and appreciate them for their depth, intelligence, and wisdom,” she wrote in the first issue.

The magazine was started with the help of a $2,500 micro-grant from UArts’ Corzo Center. The first issue took around a year to come together, with Fink donating a quarter of the proceeds to the Philadelphia chapter of the nonprofit Girls Inc.

“Originally, I was thinking it was going to look more like a traditional magazine,” she said. “But then, when I started thinking about the mission, I wanted it to read more like a manual.”

The first issue sold out, with some copies being shipped as far as California and Florida. The next issue is planned for September.

Read more about Aubrey Fink and her new magazine in Main Line Today by clicking here.

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