The BOMB Digital Archive, a three-year project to digitize all of BOMB’s archival interviews from 1981 to the present, is now complete! In the coming months, we will be adding many new enhancements to make your visits fun and informative, including advanced contextual search options, PDF downloads, and photo galleries that illustrate BOMB’s vintage layouts in all their ‘80 and ‘90s glory. Keep checking back for these and other exciting features.
In the meantime, follow these easy-to-use navigation methods to go deeper and deeper into our archives…
USE THE SEARCH BOX in the upper right corner to enter words or names.
SEARCH BY CATEGORY using the navigation bar at the very top of the page.
BROWSE CONTENT in the left navigation bar:
Read new articles from the current issue by clicking on the Current Issue link.
Browse back issue content by number and date by clicking on the Back Issues link.
Our Tag Cloud is in beta, we are adding tags as we add content.
We would like to acknowledge BOMB’s Board of Trustees—especially Cary Brown-Epstein, Paul Cantor, Eric Fischl, and Heather M. Kirby—The Andy Warhol Arts Writing Initiative, and the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency, and The Thanksgiving Fund for their generosity, as well as BOMB’s interns over the last three years, without whose dedication the Archive Project would not be possible. Thanks most of all to the artists, writers, architects, actors, directors, and musicians whose voices comprise the ongoing conversation that is BOMB.