New Articles from the Reverb Issue of Bitch!

an illustration of the face of a smiling African woman. She has short hair. Two laurels, representing film prizes, frame her facean artistic, green photo of the pop star Ke$ha looking high or wasteda graphic illustration of robot with three distinctly male heads, with anti-religion symbols on his body

The next issue of Bitch magazine—the Reverb issue—is on its way to mailboxes and newsstands! We've uploaded several articles for you to read online, including a look at women in the contemporary Atheist movement ("The Unbelievers: New Atheism and the Old Boys' Club" by Victoria Bekiempis), an interview with the woman behind the sci-fi short everyone is talking about ("The Africa That I Know: a Q&A with Pumzi Director Wanuri Kahiu" by Samantha Burton), a critical look at the upsurge in booze-soaked anthems ("Party Out of Bounds: Booze, the Pleasure Principle, and Party-Girl Pop" by Gabrielle Moss), and the epic weirdness of Epic Meal Time's objectification ("Pork Underbelly" by Jessica Critcher).

But there's even more that makes the Reverb issue absolutely fabulous—it's Bitch magazine's 15-year anniversary, and we've printed three different, limited-edition covers, one of which will be landing in your mailbox! Check all three covers out here!

by Kjerstin Johnson
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Kjerstin Johnson is a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon. She is the former editor in chief of Bitch. She tweets at @kajerstin

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