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.
Listen to Kleber Mendonça Filho discuss his short films and his first feature,Neighboring Sounds, as part of last month’s First Look at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Listen to Joana Preiss discuss her film Siberia as part of last month’s First Look at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Read a transcription or listen to a podcast of Nicolás Pereda discussing his recent film Greatest Hits as part of last month’s First Look at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Listen to James Benning discuss his recent film Easy Rider as part of last month’s First Look at the Museum of the Moving Image.
In episode #18 of Phoned-In, poet Ish Klein reads from Moving Day.
Head to Philly’s Bodega gallery with a podcast of a performative lecture by—and interview with—choreographer Jen Rosenblit. Unless you’re already there. In which case, enjoy this recap.
Listen to a podcast of Miranda July reading from her new book It Chooses You at BookCourt bookstore in Brooklyn.
Listen to a podcast of a selection of readings by the 2011 National Book Award finalists, recorded live at the New School on November 15, 2011, in partnership with the National Book Foundation.
The many sides of John Waters get split up into two books this season—BOMBlog investigates.
Feeling The Pinch? Soothe your economic anxiety with a podcast of BOMBlog literary all-stars, reading at the Fowler Arts Collective on October 21st.
In this new installment of Phoned-In, Dan Boehl reads from his new book Kings of the F**king Sea and talks to Luke Degnan about his collaboration with Jonathan Marshall, censorship, and Spiderman 3.
Listen to a podcast of Jim Shepard reading from his recent book of short stories, You Think That’s Bad, and then check out his conversation with Christie Hodgen in BOMB 114, on newstands now.
Listen to “The Splits I” from The Splits, composed by Matt Schickele for Jane Benson’s splits dectet.
On April 20, Tim Hetherington was killed while covering events in Libya. In June of 2010, Montana Wojczuk interviewed him and Sebastian Junger about their film, RESTREPO, re-posted here in memory of the acclaimed photojournalist and filmmaker.
Al Burian reads an excerpt from his latest Burn Collector: Number 15 with reflections by Jackie Wang on the impact of his work on her world view.
On a frigid Monday night in January, BOMBlog hosted a reading at Half King, the legendary bar and restaurant in Chelsea. Listen to a podcast of the event, featuring Luke Degnan, Ben Mirov, Dorothea Lasky, and Justin Taylor.
On Thursday, November 18, 2010, Paul Auster read from his book, Sunset Park, at BookCourt Bookstore in Brooklyn, NY. Listen to the podcast here!
On Wednesday, December 1, 2010, Jonathan Franzen read for a packed house at BookCourt Bookstore on 163 Court St in Brooklyn, NY. BOMB was there to record the event, and now you can listen to the reading here.
In episode 14 of Phoned-In, BOMB Magazine’s poetry reading by phone podcast, Heather Christle reads from her book The Difficult Farm and from her chapbook The Seaside!. Click through for a reading and a short Q&A.
Just when you thought Eileen Myles’ poetry couldn’t get more fierce, her latest release Inferno (a poet’s novel) practically spontaneously combusts. Listen to a podcast of Jackie Wang’s conversation with Myles and check out the book from OR books.
Justin Spring, nominated for a National Book Award for The Secret Historian: The Life and Times of Samuel Steward, Professor, Tattoo Artist, and Sexual Renegade with poet and biographer, Honor Moore. Check out the podcast and video highlights.
Earlier this month, BOMB contributors Barbara Browning, Christian Hawkey, and Kim Rosenfield convened at Greenlight Books for a series of readings. Pictures and audio for those who missed, or those who wish to re-live, are posted here.
Better late than never! Listen to Gary Shteyngart read from his new novel, Super Sad True Love Story, at BookCourt this past July. A short Q&A follows the (hilarious) reading.
On a summer night last July BOMBlog contributor Richard Goldstein came across something out of the ordinary in a Chelsea gallery, among Bill Beckley’s photographs was experimental folk musician Sam Amidon.
Telephone #2 featuring Renée Gagnon & Steve Savage has just been released. Listen to a special Phoned-In featuring poems from issue #1, and read an interview with the editors.
In episode 12 of Phoned-In, BOMB Magazine’s poetry reading by phone podcast, Jim Behrle reads a selection of his work. Click through for a reading and a short Q&A.
Listen to David Mitchell read from his new novel, The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet, at BookCourt on July 16th, 2010. David Mitchell is the author of five novels, most notably number9dream and Cloud Atlas, which were listed for the Booker Prize.
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. Click through for the reading and a short Q&A.
If there is an edge to painting, has anyone ever jumped off? Klein jumped, or so staged it. He is the point of departure for Joyce Kim’s most recent body of work.