Pioneer Works and BOMB Magazine collaborated on a ten-week workshop for high schoolers from Red Hook Initiative celebrating our Oral History Project.
The NADA Contemporary Poetry Marathon Reading from May 10, 2014.
Listen to readings from a BOMBlive event at the Harbor Gallery on July 24th, 2013. Many thanks to our talented readers: Álvaro Enrigue, Catherine Lacey, M. Cullen, Trey Sager, and Bianca Stone.
Listen to a replay of BOMBRadio’s July 4th, 2010 episode, originally aired on Newtown Radio.
In the fifteenth installment of BOMB’s Fiction for Driving series, Heidi Julavits reads from her novel The Vanishers.
Paul La Farge reads from his novel Luminous Airplanes in the fourteenth installment of BOMB’s literary podcast series.
Listen to a podcast of Miranda July reading from her new book It Chooses You at BookCourt bookstore in Brooklyn.
On the eve of the National Book Awards ceremony, the New School hosted a reading for this year’s finalists.
Margaret Zamos-Monteith reads “Borders” in the thirteenth installment of BOMB’s literary podcast series.
In the twelfth installment of BOMB’s Fiction for Driving series, Erica Hunt reads her short story “My Life with Cars”.
Listen to a podcast of Jim Shepard reading from his recent book of short stories, You Think That’s Bad, and then check out his conversation with Christie Hodgen in BOMB 114, on newstands now.
Listen to “The Splits I” from The Splits, composed by Matt Schickele for Jane Benson’s splits dectet.
On a frigid Monday night in January, BOMB hosted a reading at Half King, the legendary bar and restaurant in Chelsea. Listen to a podcast of the event, featuring Luke Degnan, Ben Mirov, Dorothea Lasky, and Justin Taylor.
On Wednesday, December 1, 2010, Jonathan Franzen read for a packed house at BookCourt Bookstore in Brooklyn, NY.
In the tenth installment in BOMB’s literary podcast series, listen to Ben Ristow read his short story “Saint Jerome & the Dumpster Girls,” originally published in BOMB 114.
Justin Spring, just nominated for a National Book Award for his seminal biography, The Secret Historian: The Life and Times of Samuel Steward, Professor, Tattoo Artist, and Sexual Renegade with poet and biographer, Honor Moore at the New York Public Library, on September 29, 2010. Listen to a podcast of the conversation and check out the video highlights below.