Monday, 05 September 2011 22:23
The latest issue of ITCH, themed around that looping symbolic riff known as the infinity sign, is now live for your viewing and reading pleasure. Enjoy - and if you feel moved by a piece, please let the artist or writer know your thoughts by using the Comments function.
Tuesday, 28 June 2011 22:15
We're delighted to announce (after a longer than usual break between issues) the theme for the next issue of ITCH Online. The theme is ∞ (the mathematical symbol for infinity). More details on our submissions page. As usual, contributors should feel free to interpret this theme in any way that they wish, to speak to or against it, to explore or ignore it.
Tuesday, 08 March 2011 00:49
ITCH contributors may be interested in BOMB Magazine's 5th Fiction Contest. BOMB Magazine shares a similar ethic to ITCH: it is a non-profit creative platform that aims to deliver artists' voices direct to an appreciative readership. The submission deadline of the Fiction Contest is April 16, 2011. The winner of BOMB's 2011 contest will receive a $500 prize and publication in BOMB Magazine's literary supplement First Proof. All submissions will be read anonymously. For details click here.
Wednesday, 02 March 2011 20:43
Thank you to everyone who submitted work for the ||| issue, once again we are thrilled with the quality and scope of work that has come in. Late submissions might be considered. Email the editor to plead your case. We're aiming to have the new issue live in early November, so watch this space. In the meantime, there is plenty to enjoy. Check out our six other digital magazines: i, ?, ..., $, *, / and :).
Friday, 10 December 2010 17:46
ITCH is very pleased to welcome its new intern, Li Chen (known to her English-speaking friends as Helly). She is currently a postgraduate student at King's College London and is working towards an MA in Digital Culture and Technology. She did her undergraduate degree in Advertising and Marketing Communications, and is building on her existing expertise by specializing in the marketing and communications needs of digital products and services (like ITCH!). Li is interested in the relationship between intangible human culture and modern digitization technology in the age of cyberculture. During her internship, Li will be contributing to developing an…
Friday, 10 December 2010 17:44
Hopefully, some of the whimsical, funny, or simply downright beautiful contributions in our ☺ issue. Remember that the artists and authors love feedback - you can contact them using the button available on their feature page, or share your thoughts on their work using the comments feature.
Friday, 15 October 2010 14:10
Thank you to everyone who submitted work for the :) issue, which is shaping up to be delightful indeed. Late submissions might be considered. Email the editor to plead your case. We're aiming to have the new issue live in early November, so watch this space. In the meantime, there is plenty to enjoy. Check out our six other digital magazines: i, ?, ..., $, * and /.
Friday, 01 October 2010 17:39
Work closely with the editor in crucial tasks focussed on growing the ITCH community and contributing to a refreshed editorial direction in future issues. You must have internet access, be willing to work flexible hours (which you can schedule as suits you), be full of good ideas and be committed to the ethos of non-commercial, creative publishing. Please send the editor a one page CV and a paragraph explaining your motivation to get work experience with ITCH Magazine.
Friday, 01 October 2010 17:37
A big thank you to Karen Martin for her sterling work as the last ITCH e-intern. Karen wanted to contribute to making ITCH a more prestigious space for contributors, and in order to do so, she undertook to do in-depth interviews with several ITCH contributors (you can read them in the InterText section). Her work allowed ITCH to understand some of its most fascinating contributors, and provides a great deal of insight into the manifold ways in which creative people operate in the process of making their work. This is what Karen says about her experiences as ITCH intern: "Even…