The intent of BOMBlog is to provide emerging artists and writers a platform, in a variety of formats, to articulate and explore their ideas, their own work, and their practice in relation to their peers and predecessors. If you want to get in touch with any of us, email us at blog at bombsite dot com.
Clint Krute (Books)
Richard J. Goldstein (Art)
Multimedia Projects Editor:
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Fiction for Driving Across America: A regular ongoing series that crosses over from the magazine to the website and BOMBlog, featuring a short story each issue and a corresponding podcast with the author reading that story aloud.
Post Impressions: Mary Jones talks to working artists who have graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design.
Procedural Musings: Lynn Maliszewski’s conversations with artists about their process, accompanied by a critical essay addressing creativity and procedural minutiae.
Sight Mapping: John Beeson’s essays and interviews offer insight into the nuances of the European art system.
Skeuomorphisms: Paul Morris‘s ongoing conversation with innovative print publishers committed to the art of making objects intended to be read, held, and kept—for the sake of nostalgia as much as for their craftsmanship.
Works in Process: Sharmila Venkatasubban explores new ways to facilitate the arts in conversations with artists and organizers.
BOMBedu: Explorations of the art-ing life pre-graduation.
CineBrat: Reviews of NYC repertory film screenings & local premieres from Paul Brunick, a young film fanatic residing in New York and a regular contributor to Film Comment magazine..
From the Archive: A weekly peek into the Archives in conjunction with BOMBstaff slogging (enthusiastically!) through the past 29 years of conversation between artists, writers, directors, and musicians.
Outspoken: Musings by Kelly Divine Thomas.
Sangam House Dispatch: DW Gibson reflects on his time spent at Sangam House, a writers’ residency program just outside Pondicherry, in the southeast Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
subTEXT: Susie DeFord in conversation with luminary poets.
What State Abstraction: Jackie Saccoccio posed a question to 12 admired painters: “What is the current state of abstraction?” Their responses span the absurd, the analytical, and the visionary, yet are all linked by an undercurrent of curiosity for the unknown.
Word Choice: BOMBlog’s weekly poetry installment, selected by BOMBstaff or interns.