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 both listed for the Booker Prize. A short Q & A follows the reading.
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Listen to a BOMB podcast! Last Friday Sam Lipsyte appeared at BookCourt to read from his new darkly funny novel, The Ask, just published this March by Farrar, Straus & Giroux. BOMB tagged along to record the event, which was packed with fans and listeners who converged at BookCourt bookstore, located at 163 Court St. in Brooklyn. Subscribe to BOMB’s podcast feed here, or click through to listen right here.
Listen to a BOMB podcast! Last week, in one of his only New York City appearances this winter, Don DeLillo read from his new novel, Point Omega, just published by Scribner. BOMB was present as the official media sponsor for the event on February 11, 2010, which was packed with fans and listeners who converged at BookCourt bookstore, located at 163 Court St. in Brooklyn. Check out BookCourt’s website for a full list of upcoming readings and subscribe to BOMB’s podcast feed here.
“We’re not prepared, but we never have been, and we’re still here,” Patti Smith announced as she and Sam Shepard sat down on the two armchairs on the stage of the 92nd Street Y last night, facing the sold-out crowd. They read, in a sort of call-and-response fashion, excerpts from their newest works peppered with some of Smith’s poetry and a couple of pleasantly unrehearsed musical numbers at the end.
BOMB Magazine presents a serialized audiobook of The Shanghai Gesture
In celebration of Small Press Month, BOMB Magazine presents a serialized audiobook of The Shanghai Gesture
Ben Ehrenreich’s story “Everything You See Is Real” was this issue’s Fiction For Driving. You can read the full text of the story here. For the aurally inclined you can listen to the podcast.
NYU’s M.F.A. students know how to host a launch party, as evidenced on Friday night for the Winter/Spring ’09 edition of Washington Square at the Writers’ House on West 10th St. Making our way through the foyer, we were promptly given raffle tickets, program, and copy of the journal in exchange for a $5 donation, [...]
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