Inspired by the women of Australia, To Her Door brings creativity, feminism, politics, and current events right to your inbox. We’re dedicated to telling you stories that matter — and that you actually want to read.

What makes us different? We’re  primarily a newsletter (although we also publish some of that content right here online,) so we save you from sorting through a bunch of websites to find the stuff you actually want to read, from women who are as smart, funny, creative, active, determined, ambitious, and passionate as you are.

We launched in 2017, and we’re totally free to all subscribers.

 Photography: Anna Snowsill

Photography: Anna Snowsill


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To Her Door co-founders Mia Abrahams and Grace Jennings-Edquist first met in the late ’90s, only a stone’s throw from that iconic Australian landmark, the lighthouse from “Round the Twist”. The Melbourne-raised book geeks met again when they both moved over to New York City in 2015, and bonded over a mutual love of exciting #content, Mexican food, and Paul Kelly (of course). 

Mia Abrahams is a New York-based editor and writer. You can find her on Twitter at @miajabarahams (but she mostly just retweets people who are funnier than her.)

Grace Jennings-Edquist co-founded To Her Door and was a co-editor until March 2018. A digital journalist who was previously a senior editor at Mamamia Women’s Network, Grace has also written for News.com.au, The Australian, Crikey.com.au, New Statesman, Kidspot, Ms. Magazine, Spring St, the Financial Times group, Acuris Global and MyDomaine. She’s on Twitter @gracie_je.