Avalon Media Proprietary Limited, established in 1999, is an Australian-based media development and production company, with offices in Sydney and New York City. In 1999, the company purchased Lesbians on the Loose, a Sydney-based magazine, which was first published as an eight-page newsletter in 1989.
Avalon Media now produces 2 flag ship publications in print: "LOTL Magazine" formerly known as "Lesbians on the Loose" Magazine est in 1989 and CURVE Magazine – the best selling lesbian magazine. LOTL is a free to street monthly magazine distributed to city centres of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane focusing on community events, entertainment, political and social developments and local lesbian life in Australia. LOTL Magazine has the undisputed lesbian market share in Australia celebrating over 20 years in publishing in 2010!
Curve, the nation’s best-selling lesbian magazine, spotlights all that is fresh, funny, exciting, controversial and cutting-edge in our community. Curve brings you the latest in lesbian-related celebrity interviews, news, politics, pop culture, style, travel, social issues and entertainment.
Curve tackles the tough topics, like “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” same-sex marriage, breast cancer and the challenges facing queer youth. Plus, we profile women who are making a difference, such as Meshell Ndegeocello, Rosie O’Donnell, the Butchies, Ani DiFranco, Ellen DeGeneres and k.d. lang.
Find out why more women readers choose Curve over any other gay and lesbian publication. After more than two decades of publishing, Curve has achieved a level of prominence that keeps us in the spotlight. We’ve been named Best Gay and Lesbian Publication by the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), and we also took top honors in the category of Best Rock Reporting for our behind-the-scenes profile of Melissa Etheridge. Savvy, hip and intelligent, Curve is now delivered to your door 10 times a year.
Avalon Media now offers a range of platforms, delivering content about Lesbians and their interests through print, digital, mobile phone and Television.
To maintain and build upon 20 years of successful publishing and continue to offer fresh and diverse content for gay and straight women through quality journalism and community involvement.