Friday, 13 March 2009 01:20
If you were in Luxembourg the weekend of March 12th, we hope you visited the Colophon WE LOVE MAGAZINES Symposium which took place around the city. And if you timed it right, you might have heard a special ITCH-compiled playlist of all-South African tunes in the magazine lounge.
Tuesday, 10 February 2009 01:59
Thank you to everybody who submitted work to the $$$$$$$$$$ issue. All works are under consideration and the editor will be in contact with you very soon Watch this space for ITCH Online #3... Coming soon. PS - Late submissions can be considered. Contact the editor to plead your case.
Thursday, 22 January 2009 22:36
$$$ Submissions are currently open for our next issue, which is themed around the dollar sign. In these times of economic woe (and high street sales) what does money - or the lack of it - mean to you? Artists and writers are invited to express their opinions and ideas through our forum... Submission details here. $$$
Sunday, 09 November 2008 23:10
ITCH is a creative submissions magazine, which features a variety of writing as well as visual and multimedia work. Submissions are loosely categorised as MetaText (non-fiction, essays, polemic, book reviews and more), SubText (narrative, short stories, plays and more), PreText (poetry, experimental writing, sound art and more) and NonText (graphics, drawings, photography, film, animation and more). Submissions are open to anyone. ITCH aims to create a space for creative expression and exchange; it is an experimental media project for you, and by you. Welcome, and enjoy. Feedback to the editor is most welcome.
Sunday, 09 November 2008 22:46
The theme for our next issue has been announced: $$$ Writers of any persuasion and artists working in any medium are invited to interpret, explore, describe or ignore the dollar sign (a symbol so implicity plural that it solicited tripling as our theme). Full details on how to submit here. Submissions open unitl 8 February 2009.
Tuesday, 09 September 2008 00:38
Thank you to everyone who submitted work for the * issue. The deadline has come and gone and all submissions are currently under consideration. Authors/artists will be informed shortly of the outcome. That said, if you would like to make a case for a late submission (especially of TEXT pieces), please contact the editor. Otherwise, keep your eyes on our InterText section, where we will be announcing our next theme in due course.
Monday, 18 August 2008 23:11
ITCH magazine, along with its sibling Bell-Roberts publications Art South Africa and Snapped, has become an offical South African media partner of the Colophon 2009 We Love Magazines Symposium. The symposium celebrates excellence and innovation in the independent magazine industry, and will take place in Luxembourg in March 2009.