All-new Web features. (Frankly Speaking).
Been to Curvemag.com lately? We just rolled out the redesign of our Web site with lots of cool new stuff to keep you entertained.
We've added CURVE Personals, a great way for you to meet someone special. After many months of researching online personals, we chose a company whose values and ethics match our own. CURVE Personals offers a safe, convenient and fun way to meet women from all around the world.
It's free to list your ad and browse the thousands of women who are already online and waiting to hear from you. When you find your match, pay a small membership fee to contact her through e-mail or voicemail.
More new features on the Web site include an expanded story selection, with a fascinating archive of our most popular music features -- including interviews with Melissa Etheridge, the Butchies, Ani DiFranco, and k.d. lang, among others.
We've added a new travel section with feature stories published recently in the magazine. Destinations include Paris, Peru, Toronto, Montreal, Austin, Lisbon, Sr. Louis and Sarasota. (If you need a place to stay when you get there, check out our travel classifieds.)
One especially exciting new feature: You can now post an announcement of your engagement or commitment ceremony on our Web site. So after you've met the girl of your dreams, swing on over to the classifieds section to let the world know.
Curvemag.com still includes the things you've come to know and love, like CURVE community discussion boards, where you can talk about the things that matter most to you with women from around the world; and the CURVE shop, where you can subscribe online and buy Pride gear, lesbian movies, back issues and great CURVE T-shirts.
While you're online, be sure to enter our special contest. We're giving away an Ovation guitar autographed by Melissa Etheridge.
That's right! When you subscribe or renew your subscription online by December 1, 2002, you'll automatically be entered to win one of several prizes, including a Melissa Etheridge autographed guitar; a copy of Melissa Etheridge Live and Alone, a new two-disc concert film DVD; and a full collection of Melissa Etheridge CDs. Rules are posted online.
So, if you love CURVE but you're still buying it each month on the newsstand, now is the best time ever to subscribe. With regard to the contest, we'll keep our fingers crossed for you. May the best woman win!
Frances R. Stevens