A coming-of-age story about girlhood in the suburbs during the 1990s.
On writing a novel about work, debt, health care, and incarceration that resists American lore.
A poetry of disfigured visions and avatars.
An excerpt from their memoir about being one of nineteen children, raised by a Hindu Hare Kṛṣṇa mother and Muslim father, growing up queer and Black in Cleveland, Ohio.
On challenging the accepted models of the writing workshop to make room for marginalized experiences.
Experimental fiction responding to photographs that reinterpret representations of form in conversation with classical sculpture.
The Swedish writer on their bloody, darkly comedic speculative fiction.
Join BOMB’s founder and editor-in-chief, Betsy Sussler, at Printed Matter’s Virtual Art Book Fair!
On vulnerability, ephemerality, and how the novel’s artifice is the best thing about it.
A powerfully intimate story collection that embraces darkness and light in equal measure.
A short story collection that weaves together the complex reality of life in China.
A novel that takes us back to the sensual, food and sex galore.
A preview of Brontez Purnell’s upcoming collection, 100 Boyfriends.
In Evans’s first interview before the release of her new and unintentionally prescient collection, The Office of Historical Corrections, she discusses humor, power, and replicas of the Titanic.
This excerpt is from BOMB’s winter 2021 issue.
If this novel was a mood board, it would include Virginia Woolf, karaoke bars, Filipino knife fighting, Amelia Bedelia, and more.
Part memoir, part biography, a book that plays with genre to cast new light on a revered American writer.