The Bitchin’ Kitsch

Current Issues

April ’14 print issue:

The April 2014 print issue is an amazing one, featuring 13 submitters, 2 of whom are brand new to The Bitchin’ Kitsch. The issue features:

  • Artwork from: Charles Richard, David Scott, Chris Talbot-Heindl, Dana Talbot-Heindl
  • Fiction from: Caroline Taylor
  • Nonfiction from: Amanda Brown
  • Poetry from: Mandal Bijoy Beg, John Grey, Louis Marvin, Leslie Philibert, Sy Roth
  • Prose from: Roo Bardookie, Jan Haskell

Check out this month’s issue on The Bitchin’ Kitsch April 2014 issue page.

April ’14 music/vid issue:

This month’s video and music submissions come from Chox Mak & Bunty Beats, DJ YRS Jerzy & Pondea, and To Love Sophia.

Check out this month’s issue on The Bitchin’ Kitsch April 2014 Music/Vid page.

Current Features

Apr Background

Monthly Artwork Feature

Image from The B’K April 2014 issue. A graphic piece entitled “PRISMA SUBMISSION” by Charles Richard.

Weekly Written Feature

This week’s weekly feature is a poem by Sy Roth, a poem entitled, “Sun Madness.”

Current Month’s Calendar

April B'K Calendar
April 2014 goes to Dana Talbot-Heindl who is a nerd for computer games, Minecraft, and general MacGyvering. To download a copy of your own, visit our April calendar page.

Submissions, Donations, and Acquisitions

If you would like to submit to the next issue (and possibly have your artwork on the cover, or be a weekly featured writer), send your submissions by the 26th of this month. Please follow our guidelines, which can be found on the Submissions page.

You can donate to or buy back issues of The Bitchin’ Kitsch on our Shop The B’K page using PayPal. All proceeds go toward paying for our website and the paper copies that are featured at our community locations: Zest Bakery and Coffeehouse, Tech Lounge, LLC, UWSP Department of Art & Design, and The Coffee Studio.

You can also support The B’K by purchasing a t-shirt, art print, or hoodie to show your love on our Society6 page.

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