March 2015 print issue:
The March 2015 print issue is an amazing one, featuring 28 pieces from 27 submitters, 15 of whom are brand new to The Bitchin’ Kitsch. The issue features:
- Art from: Brian Hardie, Stephanie Jones, Jonathan Kelham, Carl Scharwath, Adam Unger
- Fiction from: Nels Hanson, Adreyo Sen
- Poetry from: Arif Ahmad, Glen Armstrong, Morgan Bazilian, Emery A. Duffy, John Grey, Pijush Kanti Deb, Craig Kurtz, malfleur, Katie Metcalfe, Sarah Frances Moran, Douglas Polk, Gerard Sarnat, Carl Scharwath, Ken W. Simpson, Dr. Mel Waldman, Anthony Ward
- Prose from: William C. Blome, Ross Knapp, Ashley Sgro, Brendon Vayo
Check out this month’s issue on The Bitchin’ Kitsch March 2015 issue page.
March 2015 music/vid issue:
Check out this month’s issue on The Bitchin’ Kitsch March 2015 Music/Vid page.
Monthly Artwork Feature
Image from The B’K March 2015 issue. An illustration by Jonathan Kelham entitled “Dot” from “Willingly I-Impart My Things, Not Not-Willingly I-Accept Better Ones.”
Weekly Written Feature
This week’s weekly feature is a poem by Adreyo Sen entitled “Forging.”
Current Month’s Calendar
March’s calendar shot goes to Dana Talbot-Heindl, who dorks out with Minecraft and sportsing! He’s pictured here with a Minecraft home he whipped up, soaked in sweat, playing Minecraft with his 3-D rendering entitled “Chupacabra” from the April 2014 issue behind him. Enjoy! Feel free to download a PDF of the March 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.
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