Wednesday, 31 March 2010 14:53
Vuyo R. Seripe, an accomplished writer in her own right, has joined ITCH magazine as an intern until the end of May. Vuyo will be working with ITCH for two months, focussing on building and expanding our relationship with writers everywhere, but especially in Africa. To get a feel for Vuyo's work, read this.
Monday, 29 March 2010 13:35
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 02:36
ITCH is looking for an e-intern. This post would be short term, for 3-4 months, and would suit someone (possibly a student) who is looking for work experience in the field of independent, creative, online publishing. The internship would entail a few hours of work per week, which can be arranged flexibly, and would be focussed on communication, networking and online promotion tasks all aimed at helping the ITCH community grow. The intern can be based anywhere, only an internet connection is needed (although a time zone similar to London would help for communication and briefing purposes). To apply, please…
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 02:30
The fifth issue of ITCH Online is live, featuring a plethora of new visual and literary work. Don't miss short films by Biying Zhang and Iva Radivojevic, as well as an extract from EU Literary Award Winner, Saracen at the Gates by Zinaid Meeran. Thank you to all contributors and readers for your continued support of this space. Enjoy viewing, and please feel free to share your feedback with artists and writers using the Comment facility.
Monday, 25 January 2010 15:02
Yes! Thank you to everyone who has submitted work for the ? issue of ITCH Online. You will be contacted shortly by the editor. Those wishing to send in a late submission, contact the editor to plead your case. Watch this space. ITCH e.05 coming soon.
Thursday, 12 November 2009 01:36
Now? What the ???? Questions are marked by a sign that can furrow the brow and send the mind on a quest for answers. Be they rhetorical, theoretical, existential, practical, emotional, educational or mundane, questions surround our lives and saturate the experience of being human. Why? When? Where? How? Whom? Sometimes we ask these things and sometimes we do not. When do we ask these things and when do we not? How and why are questions expressed, how and why are they not? What are your big questions and little mysteries? What are the one-word answers, the lengthy diatribes, the…
Monday, 14 September 2009 01:04
The new issue is live, and it features a smorgasbord of things you can get your teeth into... Keep your scrolling finger ready: we've got more short stories than ever - they need a nice chunk of time, a wee bit of concentration (don't be distracted by RSS feeds or the like) and a cup of tea at your side... Yummy... You might want to dim the lights or close the blinds to view the selection of surreal and esoteric short films... Slip on your headphones and close your eyes for an underwater sound adventure... And open them again to…
Saturday, 29 August 2009 19:56
The response to our ... call for submissions was overwhelming: thank you to everyone who sent work for consideration. The editor will be in touch with you soon. ITCH e.04 will be live soon... In the meantime enjoy ITCH e.01, 02 and 03... Late submissions may still be considered. Contact the editor to plead your case.
Tuesday, 14 July 2009 14:09
Two new works have recently been added to the $ issue. An audio track sounding the call to "bring the god of holy profit down" by David van Rensburg and a video piece, exploring status, wealth and consumerism in the setting of a luxury boutique by Maxim and Romy Northover. Incidentally, another video piece in the issue is made by twins - Caucozoida by Jean and Zinaid Meeran.