BOMB 33, Fall 1990

The cover of BOMB 33

Al Pacino, Ian McEwan by Patrick McGrath, Dr. John, Harvey Keitel, Vikram Seth, Dorothea Phillip, Thulani Davis, Victoria Williams, Bella Freud, Jo Shane, Campbell Scott, and Dorothea Tanning.

Vikram Seth

by Ameena Meer

Vikram Seth discusses what it means to be an Indian writer, the art of translation, and living in China in the early ’80s.

Dr. John

by Stanley Moss

Dr. John speaks with long-time listener Stanley Moss about his musical roots, colorful past and his career goals, including film scores and collaborative work.

Victoria Williams

by Lynn Geller

Singer/Songwriter Victoria Williams has a gift for storytelling like those of the literary masters she admires. Her songs have a gospel style that can be traced back to her childhood in Louisiana.

Dorothea Phillips

by Mary Agnes Smith

Family, dream, and tradition govern Aboriginal painting in Australia. Dorothea Phillips, aboriginal dot dot painter, opens her world to New York artist Mary Agnes Smith.

Dorothea Tanning

by Carlo McCormick

Dorothea Tanning has been associated with the surrealist movement since it came to NYC in the Forties. In this interview Tanning discusses the misconceptions surrounding her paintings with writer Carlo McCormick.

Al Pacino

by Bette Gordon

Cinematic legend Al Pacino discusses Heathcote Williams’ The Local Stigmatic, commercialism, and rehearsal techniques.

Campbell Scott

by Stuart Spencer

Campbell Scott is known for his ability to play a wide variety of roles. He portrayed Willy in Longtime Companion, Hamlet at the Old Globe and Tunner in the film Sheltering Sky.

One Minute

by Felix Huber

“Fotoprojecktion” of a highway and the surrounding industrial area, One Minute by Felix Stephan Huber. 

Jo Shane

by Craig Gholson

Just beneath the surface of the familiar is where you’ll find the wit that is distinctively Jo Shane’s. In irony, she finds power and voice for her passions.

Thulani Davis

by Stephanie Fleischmann

Writer Thulani Davis has achieved something that many writers strive for. Davis has been able to stretch her talents across many forms of writing. She is known for her work as a journalist, poet, novelist, and librettist.

A mother protects her baby during a bombing in "1954," an excerpt from After the Bombs by Arturo Arias. Translated from Spanish by Asa Zatz. 

 

BOMB 33
Fall 1990
The cover of BOMB 33