A Spooky Edition of QBurgh Magazine is Coming!

Smells like pumpkin spice in here

Cover not final, for illustrative purposes only. Photo by Chad Isaiah.

We are excited to announce that QBurgh will publish a second print magazine this year just in time to provide all the details on Halloween, Fall, and Winter events for the LGBTQ Community of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania.

In addition to information on those events, the issue will also include features on local community volunteers, spotlighted community organizations and resources, and the hottest topics of the LGBTQ Community of Pittsburgh. In addition, the magazine will feature a dedicated section for a community directory, the Pittsburgh Pink Pages, listing information on local LGBTQ community organizations, non-profits, and small businesses.

As always, the QBurgh Fall print magazine will be free to the people.

The QBurgh Fall print edition and Pittsburgh Pink Pages will be available to pick up in businesses, hotels, university campuses, select Giant Eagle and Shop N Save locations, Carnegie Library branches and identified inclusive spaces across the tri-state region, as well as online at QBurgh.com.

The Fall edition will hit the streets in early October but there are important dates to remember before then:

If you are hosting an LGBTQ-centered event between mid-October and February 1, 2024, and want the details included in the magazine, the deadline to submit details is September 22. Make sure you submit your event details here.

If you are an LGBTQ bar or business or an LGBTQ organization and want your organization listed in the directory, the deadline to submit or update your details is September 22. Make sure to submit your details here.

Interested in advertising?

The QBurgh Fall edition and Pittsburgh Pink Pages are free to the people but if you want to guarantee you get a copy, you can preorder yours today below. The deadline for preorders is October 5. Preorders will be mailed.

Pre-orders have closed.

Jim Sheppard is a resident of Downtown Pittsburgh. Jim served as a Commissioner on the City of Pittsburgh Human Relations Commission which investigates instances of discrimination in the City of Pittsburgh and recommends necessary protections in our City Code to provide all people in Pittsburgh with equal opportunities. He has worked for Pittsburgh City Council, the Pittsburgh Mayor, and the Allegheny County Controller. For five years he was the President of the Steel City Stonewall Democrats. Follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. (He / Him / His)