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From Invisibility to Visibility: Sanaë Lemoine Interviewed by Lynn Steger Strong
Bomb The Margot Affair

The writer on writing about secrets, food as love language, and releasing a debut novel during a pandemic.

From Invisibility to Visibility: Sanaë Lemoine Interviewed by Lynn Steger Strong
Bomb The Margot Affair

The writer on writing about secrets, food as love language, and releasing a debut novel during a pandemic.

Collision of Histories: Rowan Hisayo Buchanan Interviewed by Chaya Bhuvaneswar
Starling Days Starling Days by Rowan Hisayo Buchanan

On writing mentally ill characters with nuance and how our identities shape the power relationships of our most intimate interactions.

The Best and the Worst: Dennis E. Staples Interviewed by Elizabeth Hoover
This Town Sleeps by Dennis E. Staples

The writer on writing about urban legends, gay life on the reservation, and why he created a happy ghost.

Power, Desire, and Belief: Emily Temple Interviewed by Julie Buntin
Bomb The Lightness Gray

The debut novelist on the mercurial desires of teenage girls, the musicality of language, and embracing the digressive quality of the human mind.

Issue #152: Jibz Cameron by Svetlana Kitto
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The performance artist aka Dynasty Handbag recounts her journey from the San Francisco DIY scene to New York’s avant-garde theater world and ultimately to Hollywood.

The Trail of Connections: Rick Barot Interviewed by Jane Wong
The Galleons

The poet on his new collection, language as resistance, research as a starting point, and how the intimate suggests the epic.

We’re Not Going Back to Normal: Michael Arceneaux Interviewed by Greg Mania
I Don't Want To Die Poor

The writer on his new book about the toll debt took on his life and the universal reality of his experience.

Expanding the Horizons: Mario Santanilla Interviewed by Nihaal Faizal
Still Life Mario Santanilla1

An artist’s book investigates domestication and its limits.

Traversing Fertile Histories: Vick Quezada Interviewed by Alexis Salas
Life At The Precambrian Beach Vick Quezada1

Sculpture, video, and performance that queers US Southwest settler colonial history with plants and pilgrimages.

Meta-Instruments: Lea Bertucci and Noah Wall
Noah Wall And Lea Bertucci Album Covers Bomb Magazine

The sound artists discuss their recent site-specific projects and the revolutionary potential of reclaiming public space through sound.

Desiring the Unattainable: Zaina Arafat Interviewed by Ilana Masad
Bomb You Exist Too Much Green

On writing secondhand trauma, cycles of behavior, and the loneliness of internalized homophobia.

Turning Toward the Thrashing: Lara Mimosa Montes Interviewed by Lucy Ives
Bomb Thresh Holes

The writer on her new poetry collection, rearranging the nervous system, and a fact’s capacity to contain its own strangeness.

Jenny Offill by Claire Vaye Watkins
Jenny Offill author photo

After researching climate change and survival psychology for her novel Weather, Offill asks if we might imagine a different way to live.

The Journey of Getting Close to a Thing: Martin Beck Interviewed by Isabel Parkes
I Wish It Would Never Get Dark Martin Beck

The artist talks about subcultures, collecting, and collaboration.

Water Portraits: Carolina Caycedo Interviewed by Louis Bury
Costmotarrayas Carolina Caycedo1

An artist working with communities around rivers.

None of Us Are Simple: Ilana Masad Interviewed by Sarah Neilson
All My Mothers Lovers Violet

The debut writer on complex characters, love stories, and how we code each other.

Rowan Ricardo Phillips by Gregory Pardlo
Rowan Ricardo Phillips spread from BOMB Magazine 152

From epics to lyrics, Rowan Ricardo Phillips considers poetry’s reckoning with history and how writing will reflect our current crisis for future generations.

A Thinking-Feeling: Alli Warren Interviewed by Trisha Low
Little Hill Seafoam

The poet on her new collection and writing poems about the system in an embodied, intuitive way.

Intuition Is Bodily: Caitlin Adams Interviewed by Simona Blat
Caitlin Adams METALBODY rehearsal process at Gibney Dance NYC, 2020. Photo by Sheridan Telford

Integrating psychology and spirituality with choreographic practice.

Holding the Gaze: Ebony G. Patterson Interviewed by Lori DeGolyer
Ebony Patterson Nasher1

Using the visual seduction of installation and video to address systemic violence.

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