FUSE: A BOMB Podcast New Episodes

Ja’Tovia Gary & Kaitlyn Greenidge, Becca Blackwell & Okwui Okpokwasili and Deborah Eisenberg & Francine Prose

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FUSE: A BOMB Podcast extends BOMB’s longstanding commitment to bringing together artists across disciplines to discuss their work and creative practice. Departing from the typical podcast format, there’s no host, no moderator, just two artists in dialogue, unfiltered. Listeners experience the conversation as if they were in the room with the artists.

In a limited series of six 35-minute episodes, prominent artists, writers, musicians, performers, and directors select an interlocutor from any creative field with whom they discuss their work and process.

Our new three releases feature conversations between: 

These three new episodes touch on Black womanhood, intergenerational trauma, colorism, gender norms, diasporic education, the politics of embodiment, character building in fiction, first loves, and much more.

Our first three releases from our inaugural season featured conversations between visual artists Simone Leigh and Madeleine Hunt Ehrlich, screenwriter-author Nick Hornby and composer Maria Schneider, author-illustratorMira Jacoband author Scott Cheshire


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Sponsors | Support

Fuse: A BOMB Podcast is made possible in part with the generous support of the Pannonia Foundation.

Partnerships

FUSE is recorded at Brooklyn Recording Studio and Pioneer Works, an artist-run, nonprofit cultural center in Red Hook, Brooklyn dedicated to experimentation, education, and production across disciplines.

Credits

FUSE is overseen and produced by Libby Flores, Director of Audience Engagement and Digital Production. FUSE is also co-produced and edited by Myra Al-Rahim and Sophie Kazis, with production assistance by Ethan Primason. Edited and voiced by Chantal McStay, Associate Editor at BOMB Magazine. Our theme music is “Black Origami” by Jlin. Music and sonic ID by Ray Suen. All additional music by Ethan Primason.

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