A selection of readings by contributors to BOMB Magazine's daily supplement! Featuring:
Sasha Fletcher is the author of it is going to be a good year (Big Lucks Books, 2015), one novella, and several chapbooks of poetry.
Jenn Joy teaches in the Sculpture department at Rhode Island School of Design. She curates Conversations without Walls with Judy Hussie-Taylor and co-edited the catalogs JUDSONOW and Diary of an Image for Danspace Project. Her recent writing has been published in DANSE: An Anthology (Les Presses du Réel, 2014), DANCE (Whitechapel/MIT Press, 2012), BOMB, BOMBLOG, BLEED (a blog with Tere O’Connor) and in Planes of Composition: Dance, Theory and the Global co-edited with André Lepecki (Seagull Press, 2009). She received her PhD in Performance Studies from NYU and her book, The Choreographic, is forthcoming from MIT
Bethany Ball was born and raised in Detroit and currently lives in New York. She has just completed a novel-in-stories called Yossi Tavili Stands in the Fields. The title story was published in BOMB Magazine last May.
Virginia McLure edits La Fovea and works at a literary agency. Previously she has edited or read for Washington Square Review, A Public Space, and The Southern Review. She has writing or translations featured or forthcoming in Asymptote, Parallax, BOMB, Bedford + Bowery, the Nashville Review, and Meridian. Her chapbook, EPITHALAMIONS FOR ANNA, was a finalist in No, Dear/Small Anchor Press's 2014 Chapbook Competition.
Michael Barron is the director of publicity and an editor at New Directions. He has written about futuristic instruments for Harper’s, inventions conceived by writers for the Believer, jazz musicians in literature for Bookforum, the great Aboriginal novel Carpenteria for Tin House, and has interviewed more than one notable drummer for BOMB. He plays in the band Megafortress.
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