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The B'K May 2018 CoverThe May 2018 issue is ready! We were able to put together a great issue featuring 17 pieces from 14 submitters. The issue features cover art from Stephanie Jones, an untitled digital piece as well as:

  • Art by: Brian Hardie, Stephanie Jones, Olivier Schopfer
  • Fiction by: GiGi Gaczewski, Jeffrey Zable
  • Non-fiction by: Arif Ahmad
  • Poetry by: Roo Bardookie, JD DeHart, John Grey, Louis Marvin, Wannyda Sanghataiaree, S. Sushant, Dr. Mel Waldman, Mark Young

Check out The B’K May 2018 issue!

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Life Lines won the Bitchin’ Kitsch Chapbook Competition | On and Off the Written Path · January 24, 2018 at 9:16 am

[…] thanks to Chris Talbot-Heindl, editor of The Bitchin’ Kitsch, and to the whole creative team, for selecting my work, Life Lines, as the winner of their Sixth […]

Life Lines, my debut poetry chapbook, won the Bitchin’ Kitsch Chapbook Competition and will be published this year | On and Off the Written Path · January 24, 2018 at 9:08 am

[…] thanks to Chris Talbot-Heindl, editor of The Bitchin’ Kitsch, and to the whole creative team, for selecting my work, Life Lines, as the winner of their Sixth […]

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