frankie needs my brilliance. How do I contribute?
We welcome submissions from new writers, photographers, illustrators and assorted creative folk. You can read our submission guidelines here. Just so you know, we get a lot of people wanting to contribute so we aren’t able to write a personal reply or offer feedback to every email.
I’ve sent you a press release/CD/book/thingy – why haven’t I heard anything back?
We get so much good stuff through the post and on email. We promise to have a look, but we’ll only get back to you if we need more info and/or we are looking to pop it in the mag.
Do you guys offer work experience or internships?
Due to the ‘all over the place’ nature of our offices (we’re spread between VIC and QLD), we are unfortunately unable to run any work experience or internship programs. Sorry to disappoint!
My frankie pile is looking a bit slim. Can I buy back issues?
I’m overseas and still need my frankie fix. Where can I pick up its sweet pages outside Australia?
frankie is available in lots of places all over the world. Click here for details of your nearest stockist. Or to subscribe, click here. frankie is also available in digital form. Click here to find out more.
I have a store and I'd like to stock frankie mag/frankie books, what should I do?
Help! My subscription has gone astray!
I want free stuff! What do I have to do to win a frankie competition?
We get thousands of entries to each competition we run, so winning takes a lot of luck, and possibly patience! Most competitions require the name of the competition in the subject line emailed and your address details in the body of the email, plus any other info we ask for (size, colour, etc).
Can I interview you for my uni assignment or thesis?
Sorry – due to time constraints we’re unable to help out with anything like this. Good luck with your essay, though!
I think I want to work in the magazine industry. What’s your advice?
Start getting published as soon as you can. Volunteer at your local street press, uni paper or community radio station. You don’t need a uni degree for anything in publishing, but it might come in handy one day, so it’s up to you. Good luck!