New York Live Arts presents
The NADA Contemporary Poetry Marathon Reading from May 10, 2014.
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.
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.
In the ninth installment in BOMB’s Fiction for Driving Across America series, Charlie Smith reads an excerpt from Three Delays, published by Harper Perennial.
In the eighth installment in BOMB’s Fiction for Driving Across America series, Dannielle Dutton reads an excerpt from her novel S P R A W L, published by Siglio Press, which appeared in the Summer Issue #112 of BOMB’s literary supplement, First Proof.
Listen to Madison Smartt Bell reading from his novel The Color of Night in the eleventh installment in BOMB’s literary podcast series, originally published in BOMB 115.
“I don’t think about the audience. If I thought about the audience, I’d be writing Rent.”—Cynthia Hopkins
Our intrepid film correspondent Montana Wojczuk caught up with Jem Cohen for this podcast. They had a broad ranging discussion covering topics from 8mm film, to Jeff Koons.
In the fifth installment in BOMB’s Fiction for Driving Across America series, Frederic Tuten reads his story “The Bar On Tompkins Square Park,” originally published in BOMB 108’s literary supplement, First Proof.
BOMB and PEN World Voices Festival Present: BOMBLive!
The Morgan Library & Museum, New York City
In Jeremy Deller’s project “It Is What It Is: Conversations About Iraq” journalists, veterans, refugees and scholars converse about their experiences over the past ten years.
In the fourth installment in BOMB’s Fiction for Driving Across America series, Ben Ehrenreich reads his story “Everything You See Is Real,” published in BOMB 107’s literary supplement, First Proof.
In celebration of Small Press Month, BOMB Magazine presents a serialized audiobook of The Shanghai Gesture, as read by the novel’s author, Gary Indiana.
Jesmyn Ward reads an excerpt from her novel Where the Line Bleeds, published in BOMB 105’s literary supplement, First Proof.