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The B'K Volume 10, Issue 2 cover art by Katy L. Wood

Volume 10, Issue 2 is ready! We were able to put together a great issue featuring 42 pieces from 34 submitters, 23 of whom are new to The B’K. The issue features cover art from Katy L. Wood as well as:

  • Art by: Cayen, Brian Anthony Hardie, Olivier Schopfer, and Katy L. Wood
  • Fiction by: Richard Wayne Horton, Gregory John Madge, Lance Manion, and Robert Rickelman
  • Non-fiction by: Rachel Gonzalez, Clara B. Jones, and Robert Rickelman
  • Poetry by: Patrick Attaway, blume (michael johann bauer), Eloise Brown, Benjamin D. Carson, Maureen Daniels, Jennifer Davis, Jonathan Douglas Dowdle, John Grey, Sal Kang, Christine Krieger, John Martino, Cara L. McKee, B.A. McRae, Joshua Medsker, Christopher Aslan Overfelt, Mara Panich-Crouch, M. Protacio-De Guzman, Richard Salembier, Rhema Sayers, Sugar Tobey, Zarnab Tufail, Dr. Mel Waldman, Paige Weisert, and Jeffrey Zable

Check out Volume 10, Issue 2!

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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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