In Things I Have Withheld, Kei Miller’s most personal collection to date, the Caribbean philosopher addresses “his own body and its implications.”
Elisa Shua Dusapin’s debut novel, Winter in Sokcho, transports us to the off-season in a resort town near the North Korean border.
A novel that gives voice to the historical figure of Dr. James Miranda Barry, the nineteenth-century physician who was born Margaret Anne Bulkley, but lived their professional life as a man.
Matthew Soules’s Icebergs, Zombies, and the Ultra Thin looks at how finance-driven architecture is disrupting cities “not through gentrification but rather through zombification.”
From weapons of war to their artistic applications, Alex Quicho’s book Small Gods takes a comprehensive look at drones in the 21st century.
The first English translation of the Romanian writer’s novel—a poetic exploration of the body that both engages and resists gender.
Two decades into a life sentence, KunQuest remains determined to live his best life as a rapper, artist, relentless reader, and, now, a debut novelist with This Life.
A novel about female rage and the power to strike back.
Join us for a rare peek behind the publishing curtain with BOMB’s Managing Editor, Benjamin Samuel, and special guest, Jenzo DuQue.
A novel about the humorous horrors of queer parenting.
A new anthology by writers reflecting on the George Floyd uprising and more.
Celebrating 40 years with curated selections from the archive.
What we see when we watch writers write.
A manual of comics, motivational memes, diary entries, and bulleted lists for how to deal with life.
An annotation of Fefe Dobson’s “Stupid Little Love Song” excerpted from the essay collection Boyz N the Void: A Mixtape to My Brother.
On publishing a novel about the partition of India and an essay collection on living in the South as a South Asian American.
A richly imagined novel about a rehabilitation community for toxic masculinity.