Before Kitchen Sink's proverbial well runs dry, they will be producing one last issue. But they need your help to do it! Stop on by Edinburgh Castle this Saturday night for their fundraiser, which will feature lots of bands and a raffle with prizes from Amoeba, the Believer and local artisans.

Below, Kitchen Sink's politics and fiction editor Elka Karl represents KS with some snappy answers to SFist's questions. (Disclosure: this writer is friends and co-workers with Elka.)

Tell us about some notable articles from Kitchen Sink.
We've covered everything from housing projects and climate change to indie christian music and Japanese sex clubs. A lot of our articles are archived, and you can access them by going to and grabbing the "Read a Story" pull down menu.

Notable people covered?
We've had interviews with Michael E. Smith from the Fall, The Omnivore's Dilemma author Michael Pollan, Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein, among others, and covered everyone from Morrissey to George W.

Favorite KS events?
The LoBot party when Rogue Wave played and the crazy party-crashing, plate-throwing clowns showed up springs to mind. Those clowns got what they had coming at a later event.

More after the cut!