HIVSTER is an a web magazine and online HIV/AIDS web source that privileges fresh voices, and underrepresented points of view around the ongoing AIDS epidemic. It has been profiled in the New York Times and has found an audience with the newly diagnosed, the young, and the curious. Content includes personal essays about capitalism, grindr, family and finding love. The site also featurers interviews with Dan Savage, Mason Wyler and Sharon Needle. Currently writers from across the US are creating content for the site, including people from Seattle, Spokane, New York, Houston and Florida.

If you want to contribute to HIVSTER, see below for details.

Are you HIV positive or poz friendly?
Do you like to write?
Would you like to write for an online magazine designed to provide support to people living with HIV?
Contact Brad Crelia or Jeromy Carpenter for more information.