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Contemporary Poetry Marathon Reading
​Contemporary Poetry Marathon Reading​

The NADA Contemporary Poetry Marathon Reading from May 10, 2014.

BOMBLive at the Harbor Gallery
First Kiss

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.

BOMBRadio: July July July July by Luke Degnan

Listen to a replay of BOMBRadio’s July 4th, 2010 episode, originally aired on Newtown Radio.

Ish Klein: Phoned-In #18 by Luke Degnan & Hannah Jansen

In episode #18 of Phoned-In, poet Ish Klein reads from Moving Day.

Fiction For Driving: The Vanishers by Heidi Julavits
The Vanishers

In the fifteenth installment of BOMB’s Fiction for Driving series, Heidi Julavits reads from her novel The Vanishers.

Fiction For Driving: Luminous Airplanes by Paul La Farge
Paul La Farge

Paul La Farge reads from his novel Luminous Airplanes in the fourteenth installment of BOMB’s literary podcast series.

Paul La Farge and Peter Orner
Lafarge Orner

The authors ponder the implication of immersing fiction in place—Chicago in the case of Orner’s new novel Love and Shame and Love—and non-place, as in the hypertext that accompanies La Farge’s new novel, Luminous Airplanes.

Miranda July at BookCourt

Listen to a podcast of Miranda July reading from her new book It Chooses You at BookCourt bookstore in Brooklyn.

National Book Awards Reading
National Book Awards 2011

On the eve of the National Book Awards ceremony, the New School hosted a reading for this year’s finalists.

Tim Hetherington and Sebastian Junger by Montana Wojczuk
Restrepo Junger Hetherington 008

Montana Wojczuk interviews Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington about their film, Restrepo, winner of the 2010 Sundance Grand Jury Prize for Documentary.

Fiction for Driving Across America: Saint Jerome & the Dumpster Girls by Ben Ristow
Ben Ristow

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.

Three Delays by Charlie Smith
Charlie Smith 01

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.

Telephone #1: Phoned-In #13 by Paul Legault & Sharmila Cohen
Telephonejournal Body

This special episode of Phoned-In features poems from issue #1 of the journal Telephone. Listen to 12 poets read their translations of a poem by Uljana Wolf and read an interview with editors Sharmila Cohen and Paul Legault.

Jim Behrle: Phoned-In #12 by Luke Degnan
Jim Behrle

I want to shock you in a wine & cheese kind of way.In episode 12 of Phoned-In, BOMB Magazine’s poetry reading by phone podcast, Jim Behrle reads a selection of his work.

Mairead Byrne: Phoned-In #11 by Luke Degnan
​Leigh Van Duzer - Lift

Why am I here-in this house-in this world-which also holds a man screaming as other men saw at his neck with an inadequate knife? In episode 11 of Phoned-In, BOMB Magazine’s poetry reading by phone podcast, Mairéad Byrne reads from her book, The Best of (What’s Left of) Heaven.

Ben Mirov: Phoned-In #10 by Luke Degnan
Sky Body

“Who was chasing me through the brush? He’s staring at neon graffiti and doesn’t look away. He looks like a rich kid on acid. He turns into a duffle bag. The man I have sex with is me. I don’t dream about you. I find your feelings’ cloud.” In episode 10 of Phoned-In, BOMB Magazine’s poetry reading by phone podcast, Ben Mirov reads from his book Ghost Machine.

Fiction for Driving: An excerpt from S P R A W L by Danielle Dutton
Danielle Dutton

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.

Fiction for Driving: The Color of Night by Madison Smartt Bell
Madison Smartt Bell

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.

Cynthia Hopkins by Craig Lucas
Cynthia Hopkins collage

“I don’t think about the audience. If I thought about the audience, I’d be writing Rent.”—Cynthia Hopkins

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