The Bitchin’ Kitsch

Current Issues

October 2014 print issue:

The October 2014 print issue is an amazing one, featuring 22 submitters, 11 of whom are brand new to The Bitchin’ Kitsch. The issue features:

  • Artwork from: Rob Hobkirk, Laura Kiselevach, Kathy Rudin, W. Jack Savage, Chris Talbot-Heindl, Jacob Zurawski
  • Poetry from: Christopher Barnes, JD DeHart, Raegette Eubet, Rachel Ford, Colin James, Kudzai Mahwite, BZ Niditch, Leslie Philibert, Chase Spruiell, Sushant Supriye, Martin Tomlinson, Dr. Mel Waldman, Jeremiah Walton, Peter Xavier
  • Prose from: Andrew J. Ringlund, Robin Wyatt Dunn

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

September 2014 music/vid issue:

This month, we did not receive any submissions that were accepted. A new project idea that was submitted by long-time B’K fan, Paula Heindl, is The B’K’s Bitchin’ Film Short project. For this project, send us short video clips by the 20th of every month, and we’ll put together a short film and put it in the next month’s music/vid issue! Thanks Paula for the idea!
Last month’s issue features music from MXSFLXWETICZ.

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

Current Features

Oct 2014 Background

Monthly Artwork Feature

Image from The B’K October 2014 issue. A photograph entitled “Red Door” by Laura Kiselevach.

Weekly Written Feature

This week’s weekly feature is a poem by Sushant Supriye, entitled “In Gandhi’s Country

Current Month’s Calendar

Oct 2014 Calendar Image

Welcome to October! This month’s model is Jacob Zurawski. Jacob is pictured here visiting with his creation, with his pieces from the September 2012 (pictured out of the frame and come to life), October 2012, and November 2012 issues. Feel free to download a PDF of the October Calendar for your use.

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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