Broccoli is an international magazine created by and for women who love cannabis. Broccoli explores and shapes modern stoner culture by looking at cannabis through a global art, culture and fashion lens.

Published three times a year, Broccoli gives cannabis a dedicated space to be discussed in a fresh, stylish and approachable new way.  

Broccoli is made by a team of women who work in publishing, advertising, retail and design. Interested in working with Broccoli? See open positions here


Founder, Editor in Chief Anja Charbonneau

Editor Stephanie Madewell

Deputy Editor Ellen Freeman

Science Editor Zoe Sigman

Contributing Editor Lauren Yoshiko

Editorial Assistant Lauren Tussey

Designer Jennifer James Wright

Director of Partnerships Jessica Gray

Partnerships Manager Meryl Montgomery

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Recent Press



“Uncharted territory seems to be Broccoli’s preferred environment. With increased openness comes more visibility for brands that embrace what was always true: Women—high-achieving, creative, social women—are into weed.”   Vogue


Broccoli combines a Kinfolk aesthetic with an intense appreciation for weed and the women who love it. The magazine will be the first of its kind.”  
Broadly, Vice


“Pot magazines of the past have always been unrefined, but
Broccoli is something elevated."

Apartment Therapy


“Charbonneau and her all-women team underline what is actually no surprise to anyone: that ambitious and creative women smoke.”


“Cannabis is undoubtedly big business, so why do the drug and its users still suffer with an image problem? Broccoli’s all-female team are aiming to rebrand cannabis use from stoner to chic.” 
It’s Nice That