BOMB 23, Spring 1988

The cover of BOMB 23

Paul Auster by Joseph Mallia, Black Eyed Susan, Jean Pierre Gorin, April Gornik, Freya Hansell & Susan Rothenberg.

The Statues

by Andy Patton

Oil on canvas painting of figurative sculpture, titled The Statues, by Andy Patton—from the Canada Portfolio.

Taj

by Tim Zuck

Oil painting of the Taj Mahal by Tim Zuck—from the Canada Portfolio. This article is only available in print.

Leg of Mutton

by Tony Scherman

Charcoal and encaustic on paper, Leg of Mutton, by Tony Scherman—from the Canada Portfolio. This article is only available in print.

Two Works

by Al Taylor

Two water color and ink works on paper, Untitled and Writer, by Al Taylor. This article is only available in print.

Celebrated poet and author Paul Auster moves between forms and genres, creating ambitious works of literature. He speaks with writer Joseph Mallia on the necessities of writing and their impact on the reader.

Jean-Pierre Gorin

by Lynne Tillman

The French filmmaker, Jeanne-Pierre Gorin, began making films in 1968. He has collaborated with Jean-Luc Godard. His own films Poto and Cabengo and Routine Pleasures were released in 1979 and 1986, respectively.

BOMB 23
Spring 1988
The cover of BOMB 23