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From An Apparent Horizon and Other Stories by Ricardo Wilson
22 Challenger Deep Still 1

An excerpt from the new collection.

From An Apparent Horizon and Other Stories by Ricardo Wilson
22 Challenger Deep Still 1

An excerpt from the new collection.

Chucka-chucka-chucka-poom-poom: Kenny Rivero Interviewed by Melissa Joseph
A mostly brown abstract painting of a cityscape featuring buildings and small cars.

On learning not to paint when he (we?) should be looking.

We Must be Willing to Engage: Matthew Clark Davison Interviewed by Lyle Ashton Harris
Doubting Thomas

A novel that explores gay identity, multiracial relationships, class privilege, and the discrepancy between progressive ideals and enduring stereotypes.

The 2021 Small Press Wrap-up
A bright green text graphic that reads: "2021 WRAP-UP: Independent & Small Presses." Beneath the headline is a list of all of the publishers listed in the article.

A round-up of titles published by independent presses in 2021.

In the Mood Room: Annie-B Parson and Holly Herndon Interviewed by Ivan Talijancic
Four female performers on a dark grey stage are caught mid-motion each with one arm up and one down.

The experimental choreographer and composer discuss their collaborative performance, The Mood Room.

Global Systems of Labor: Hugo McCloud Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
A painting of two black women harvesting salt against a bright blue background.

Making paintings with plastic, metal, and other industrial materials.

Painting Is a Supreme Fiction: Writings by Jesse Murry, 1980–1993 by Sheryl Oppenheim
A spread from of painted notebook pages with handwritten words on “of sky and mind” on the left page.
Hasanthika Sirisena’s Dark Tourist: Essays by Ilana Masad
The cover of Hasanthika Sirisena’s Dark Tourist: Essays from Mad Creek Books.
Richard Peete and Robert Yapkowitz’s Karen Dalton: In My Own Time by Jason Diamond
●	Karen Dalton playing acoustic guitar on a lawn, with a cigarette in her mouth.
Amy Ruhl’s Between Tin Men by Amber Power
Frosting on a person’s mouth and tongue.
Zachary Lazar’s The Apartment on Calle Uruguay by Sophie Poole
Cover of Zachary Lazar’s The Apartment on Calle Uruguay.
ASUNA’s 100 Keyboards by Jacob Gordon
Naoyuki Arashi crouches over multiple keyboards at his American debut.
David Coles’s Chromatopia: An Illustrated History of Color by Sabine Russ
Cover of David Coles’ Chromatopia: An Illustrated History of Color
Commiserate, Vent, and Gawk Together: Leigh Stein Interviewed by Gabriel Dozal
What To Miss When 4

A humorous poetry collection that explores pop culture, mortality, and living online during a global pandemic.

Message and Method: Hannah Chalew Interviewed by Louis Bury
Five women push a solar-powered cart down a tree-lined street.

Organic installations that envision current and future worlds.

Use What’s Available: Nate Lippens Interviewed by Kate Zambreno
My Dead Book1

On the AIDS crisis, the Midwest, and writing from a radiant zero.

A Note from Betsy Sussler and Odili Donald Odita
A quote graphic with white text on a red background that reads: "We are both garden and gardeners. We are tended to as we tend to others. —Ajay Kurian / From Ajay Kurian by Shiv Kotecha BOMB / Spring 2021"

Your tax-deductible gift to BOMB in 2021 will be matched dollar-for-dollar in celebration of our 40th!

Between a Body, a City, a Mountain: Sara Jimenez Interviewed by Re’al Christian
Heavy netting hanging from the ceiling in a dimly lit gallery holds a variety of objects.

Installations that investigate colonialist control.

Always Already Existing: Arthur Jafa’s Aghdra Reviewed by Simon Wu
Sun setting over dark lava rocks, digital film still by Arthur Jafa

A new film that feels both primordial and futuristic.

From the Archive: Nam Le by Charles D'Ambrosio
Nam Lee Mockup

Nam Le revisits his 2009 interview by Charles D’Ambrosio.

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