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Announcing the Winner of BOMB’s 2021 Fiction Contest
Photo of Edward Salem, the winner of Bomb Magazine's 2021 Fiction Contest

Congrats to Edward Salem, the winner of this year’s Fiction Contest!

Announcing the Winner of BOMB’s 2021 Fiction Contest
Photo of Edward Salem, the winner of Bomb Magazine's 2021 Fiction Contest

Congrats to Edward Salem, the winner of this year’s Fiction Contest!

Bifurcated Fictions: Jessica Anthony Interviewed by Annie Liontas
Enter The Aardvark4

A satirical novel about a craven millennial politician and a taxidermist in search of souls.

From the Archive: Suzan-Lori Parks by Han Ong
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Suzan-Lori Parks revisits her 1993-94 interview by Han Ong. She assures us that “all these years later I’m still growing as an artist, as a person. XOXO”

Open Call for Flash Fiction/Nonfiction
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We are opening submissions for flash fiction and creative nonfiction! Submission period: July 30–August 13, 2021

Retelling an American Legend: Jeanne Thornton Interviewed by Ryan Spencer
Summer Fun7

An epistolary novel about music, trans identity, and counterculture.

Duvet Theories by A.V. Marraccini
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For those “who have not left the apartment in a while,” A.V. Marraccini presents the essence of the duvet.

Translating to Transform: Clark Coolidge Interviewed by Parker Menzimer
To The Cold Heart5

A collection that joins several notable English-language translations of the Tang Dynasty poet, Hanshan.

Who Thrives, Who Survives, Who Suffers: Matt Bell Interviewed by Allegra Hyde
Appleseed3

A novel that chronicles climate change by interweaving an eighteenth-century apple-planting saga with visions of our global future.

Somaly Serey, Serey Somaly by Anthony Veasna So
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Genre-Fluid: Megan Culhane Galbraith Interviewed by Claire Vaye Watkins
Guild Of The Infant Savior

A hybrid memoir on the search for the personal and cultural history of adoption.

2021 Small Press Flea
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Small Press Flea is co-presented by BOMB Magazine and Brooklyn Public Library.

Collective Storytelling: Pik-Shuen Fung Interviewed by Kyle Lucia Wu
Ghost Forest 4

From Hong Kong to Canada, a multigenerational novel about a family’s sense of home.

A Room with a View: Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi and Nadia Owusu
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Join us as we celebrate the launch of Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi’s new novel Savage Tongues.

Materializing Craft: Rosanna Bruno Interviewed by Zach Davidson
Trojan Women by Anne Carson and Rosanna Bruno

A conversation about creative process, told through art objects.

It’s Always a Collaboration: Laura Blackett and Eve Gleichman Interviewed by Vanessa Chan
The Very Nice Box1

A funny coauthored novel about the times we live in.

Mr. Apology, 1980 by Dylan Landis
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A new short story.

Three Poems by Alina Stefanescu
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An Aesthetic of Immediacy: Kate Zambreno Interviewed by Julia Bosson
To Write As If Already Dead by Kate Zambreno

A diaristic exploration inspired by Hervé Guibert’s To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life.

BOMB Retrospective: Revisiting “Susan Sontag” by Kate Zambreno
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Anne Anlin Cheng by Shivani Radhakrishnan
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For the writer and theorist, psychoanalysis provides a “surprising and generative” vocabulary to examine Asian American history and the “ambivalences of racial interactions and identifications.”

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