July 2014 print issue:
The July 2014 print issue is an amazing one, featuring 25 submitters, 10 of whom are brand new to The Bitchin’ Kitsch. The issue features:
Artwork from: Paula Heindl, Stephanie Jones, Chris Talbot-Heindl, Adam Unger, Wlkn_Fire.
Poetry from: Arif Ahmad, Sissy Buckles, Louis Cummins, JD DeHart, Emery A. Duffey, Allison Grayhurst, Kenneth Gurney, A.J. Huffman, Myron McGhee, Tendai R. Mwanaka, Lauren Page, Douglas Polk, Sy Roth, April Salzano, Sreyash Sarkar, Bekah Steimel, Anthony Ward, Changming Yuan
Prose from: Jan Haskell, Patrick Longe
Check out this month’s issue on The Bitchin’ Kitsch July 2014 issue page.
July 2014 music/vid issue:
Check out this month’s issue on The Bitchin’ Kitsch July 2014 Music/Vid page.
Monthly Artwork Feature
Image from The B’K July 2014 issue. A painting on wood entitled “Monkey Brunch” by Danielle Stephanie Jones.
Weekly Written Feature
This week’s weekly feature is a poem by Allison Grayhurst, a poem entitled, “A blind theme of sensual deliverance.”
Current Month’s Calendar
This month is all about International Zine Month and the birth of The Bitchin’ Kitsch! That’s right, this month, The B’K turns 4 years old. And to celebrate, our calendar shows every cover so far as well as a dramatic reenactment of the fateful night when Chris and Dana Talbot-Heindl brought the first issue into this world. To download a copy of your own, visit our July 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.