Our mission is to cultivate curiosity by spreading literature that fosters creativity and observation. From a peculiar perspective, life takes on form beyond what we know.
Curious Curls Publishing was founded in 2021 by Christian David Loeffler and is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Curious Curls seeks to bring forth a new wave of literature from fascinating authors around the world. Curiosity is not just an image - it's a way of life. Publications are not limited by form or genre, but focus is on the way in which these works manage to capture the reader in unexpected ways.
Meet the Staff
CHRISTIAN DAVID LOEFFLER
Founder & Editor
Christian David Loeffler is an American writer and teacher. Loeffler earned his undergraduate degree in biochemistry and English through Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Loeffler is currently pursuing a Master's of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
When he is not writing his own work, Loeffler enjoys teaching. He is currently an English teaching assistant at the Winchester Thurston Upper School. He also serves as a teacher during the academic year and summer for the Trio Upward Bound Program at Saint Francis University, where he has taught in everything from Science Fiction Literature & Dystopia to Video Game Design. Loeffler's teaching and writing are heavily influenced by interests ranging from science, literature, and philosophy to video games and anime.
Social Media Intern
Scarlett Catalfamo is a Junior at Temple University. She is currently majoring in Advertising with a concentration in Media Planning and is currently a Social Media Assistant for Temple University Athletics.
When she isn’t working, Scarlett enjoys keeping herself busy. She is involved in several clubs and organizations on campus, including the Temple Irish Dance Team, Temple Tapper, Temple Ad Club, OwlSports Production, Temple Update, PRSSA, and EcoReps. Also an avid reader, some of her favorite books are: Dorothy Must Die, Good Omens, and American Royals.