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For Eyes and Ears: Ursula Block Interviewed by Alan Licht
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The founder of gelbe MUSIK, the renowned record store and gallery space, speaks about its history.

C. Spencer Yeh by Michael Barron
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Smacking noises, violins, and skewed pop experiments.

Charlemagne Palestine by Steve Dalachinsky
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“I like flirting with disaster. I like terms that are open and provocative and unusual and evocative and we don’t know where things will be going next.”

Ulises Carrión’s The Poet’s Tongue
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One of Mexico’s most important conceptual artists, Ulises Carrión, is also one of the most overlooked. BOMB Senior Editor Mónica de la Torre is moved to child-speak over poems that might seem gibberish, but are instead Cage-like koans.

Body Sweats: The Uncensored Writings of Elsa Baroness von freytag-Loringhoven by Mónica de la Torre​
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Mónica de la Torre interviews the late Elsa Baroness von Freytag-Loringhoven (yes, you read that correctly) in honor of the publication of Body Sweats, a collection of her uncensored writings.

Unedited Transcript: Kenneth Goldsmith
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This is an unedited raw transcript, made available as a BOMB Web Extra.

John Giorno by Marcus Boon
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“People think that when a poem works, it’s because of the lines of a great poet—Baudelaire, T. S. Eliot, Whitman, or whoever—but it’s not so. The lines, when they magically work, are the reflection of your mind. It’s almost like the poet is making a mirror that nobody can see.” John Giorno 

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