The B’K is a quarterly art and lit, online and printed magazine prioritizing traditionally marginalized creators, but open to all.
“We are interested in people being able to decolonize their own stories and tell their own stories.”Read an interview with Chris Talbot-Heindl by Clara B. Jones in PANK Magazine
The Summer 2023 issue is here! The issue features:
Art by: Chris Talbot-Heindl and Mark Myavec
Fiction by: Amy Cadence, Denise André, Emily Strempler, Emily Wunsch, and Mugdhaa Ranade
Nonfiction by: A.P. Thayer, L Scully, L.M. Cole, Lacey Cohen, and Neva Ensminger-Holland
Poetry by: Abdulrazaq Salihu, Arthur K. Saipolla, Audrey Joy Carver, Conor Thew, Courtney LeBlanc, Eleanor Ball, Emma Cholip, Fransivan MacKenzie, Isa Pickett, Raksha Muthukumar, Stacy M. Casson, and Stephanie Holden
Check out Volume 14, Issue 3 below!
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