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What We Stand On: Reverend Houston Cypress Interviewed by Monica Uszerowicz
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Embracing simultaneity between traditional lineages and contemporary media.

What We Stand On: Reverend Houston Cypress Interviewed by Monica Uszerowicz
Houston Still5

Embracing simultaneity between traditional lineages and contemporary media.

Harbingers of a New World: Nia Witherspoon Interviewed by Ivan Talijancic
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Holding contemporary tragedies within sacred diasporic stories.

The Medical Gaze: Katarzyna Kozyra Interviewed by Zbigniew Bzymek
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The pioneering Polish video artist discusses illness, vulnerability, and Foucault.

Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore by Amy Gall
A duo-tone portrait of author Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore. The background is a dark slate blue and the photo of Sycamore is light pink. Sycamore's hand covers her face and presses her chunky beaded necklace against her mouth.

With her latest book, The Freezer Door, Sycamore breaks down language and genre to confront intimacy, the politics of gay bars, and to find the communities we desire.

BOMB #154 Preview: Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore by Amy Gall
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In this excerpt from her interview in BOMB’s winter 2021 issue, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore discusses activism, gay bars, and her forthcoming book, The Freezer Door.

Portfolio by Malcolm Peacock
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Billy-Ray Belcourt by Layli Long Soldier
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As an Indigenous poet, Belcourt is creating space for himself and his community in “a world we did not want, a world that we did not build for ourselves.”

Brenda Goodman by Clarity Haynes
Passing Through 72X60 Oil On Wood 2019

The painter looks back on five decades of experimentation and how that’s generated new levels of confidence and clarity in her art.

A Surreptitious Form of Activism: Michelle Handelman Interviewed by Jane Ursula Harris
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The filmmaker on her 1995 film BloodSisters documenting San Francisco’s leather-dyke scene.

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.

Tattoo by Legna Rodríguez Iglesias
My Favorite Girlfriend Was A French Bulldog

My favorites are the ones you see, but I have a lot you don’t see unless I’m naked. And I’m not going to get naked now. I’m too embarrassed with you.

Tania Cypriano by Amy Jenkins
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Cypriano’s documentary Born to Be follows the profound journeys of several patients and doctors at the Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery.

Issue #151: Chitra Ganesh by Tausif Noor
painting by Chitra Ganesh, acrylic and ink on paper, cat with horns, red skirt

In her paintings, videos, and installations, Ganesh plays with the distinction between art object and artifact, myth and history, to posit alternative, emancipatory futures.

Bruce Boone by Evan Kennedy
Bruce Boone

Bruce Boone Dismembered selects from four decades of unflinching, intimate prose and poetry on gay life by the cofounder of San Francisco’s New Narrative movement.

Charles Atlas by Erica Getto
Still from overlaid film portrait of Connie Fleming in TURNING by Charles Atlas

Since the ’70s, the filmmaker, video artist, and pioneer of “media dance” has recorded exceptional bodies in motion—dancers, drag queens, and punk musicians.

Departing from the Template: McKenzie Wark Interviewed by Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore
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The writer on the fiction of autobiography, drugs as a gateway to gender euphoria, and trans writing that remakes the world.

Jacolby Satterwhite by Sean Capone
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The artist mines the visual languages of virtual reality, contemporary dance, music videos, ancient Roman architecture, and West African shrouding rituals to create a “weird, metastasized utopia” of digital social space.

Femmes Damnées: Jacqueline Audry’s Olivia by Mark Lukenbill
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A 1950s queer cinema staple has been restored.

Exorcism, or Eating My Twin by Sam Cohen
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My twin and I met in the Midwestern college town where she lives, at a fan convention for Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I was dressed as Faith, the bad slayer in black leather and burgundy lips.

Hurtling Toward a New Voice: On Niviaq Korneliussen’s Last Night in Nuuk by Ruby Brunton
Last Nightin Nuuk

Nuanced identity and adolescent angst from Greenland.

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