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BOMB Magazine
80 Hanson Place, Suite 703
Brooklyn, NY 11217-1506

718.636.9100 (T)
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Where can you get a print copy of BOMB? BOMB is available at independent bookstores and newsstands across North America. You can subscribe or buy individual issues direct from us. 

If you're a bookseller or newsstand interested in stocking BOMB please email our circulation director, Ted Dodson. You can also sign up for periodic updates about the arrival of the newest issue here.

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For SUBSCRIPTION related inquiries, please email Ted Dodson, or call 718.636.9100 x106 (Monday–Friday, 10 AM to 6 PM, EST).

For ADVERTISING inquiries, please email Mary-Ann Monforton or call 718.636.9100, x 105.

For REPRINT requests, please email Reprints.

 

PUBLISHER, EDITOR IN CHIEF
Betsy Sussler, x 103 
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ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER
Mary-Ann Monforton, x 105
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SENIOR EDITOR
Sabine Russ, x 102
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MANAGING EDITOR
Andrew Bourne, x 108
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DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
Philip Langer, x 109 
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DIRECTOR OF ONLINE EDITORIAL & AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT
Ryan Chapman, x 104
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DIRECTOR OF CIRCULATION
Ted Dodson, x 106
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DEPUTY DIRECTOR
Lora Evinger, x110
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DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE
Amber Power, x 109
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ONLINE ART EDITOR
David Everitt Howe
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ONLINE LITERATURE EDITOR
Raluca Albu
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ANDREW W. MELLON FELLOW—ORAL HISTORIES
Evan Coles
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ANDREW W. MELLON FELLOW—PERFORMING ARTS
Michael Blair
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ANDREW W. MELLON FELLOW—VISUAL/LITERARY ARTS
Chantal McStay
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INTERNS
Tess Altman
Sylvia Gindick
Emma Howcroft
Kenji Yamada



Submit to BOMB

Please note that we do not consider unsolicited pitches for interviews, portfolios, or reviews. Our content is generated in-house by the editorial staff and its contributing editors.

BOMB accepts submissions of previously unpublished poetry and short fiction. We only accept submissions through Submittable. There are two open reading periods for submissions per year.  Our next reading period opens on July 15, 2017. If you'd like to be reminded of future submission opportunities, sign up for our Weekend Reads newsletter.

BOMB also hosts an annual literary contest, alternating between fiction and poetry each year, with a distinguished guest judge. For this year's fiction contest, opening on May 1, 2017, we are pleased to announce guest judge Paul La Farge, author of The Night Ocean. The winner will receive a $1,000 prize and publication in the fall issue of BOMB Magazine’s literary supplement, First Proof.


Internship Opportunities

Care to join us?

We are looking for bright, arts-minded, detail-oriented people to help us out. It's a great way to see how a non-profit magazine works and gain experience in publishing. BOMB interns are tasked with various editorial, archival, circulation, and marketing duties. Although flexible, we require a three-month commitment with 2–3 days in our office each week.

All internship positions are currently filled. Please check here again in the fall for new opportunities.