BOMB Magazine’s digital archive is evolving! The 31-year-old arts and literary publication is seeking assistance on its website and database expansion. If you have a background in art and literature, an eye for detail, experience in library science, and administrative work, this internship is perfect for you. Join a fun, creative group of artists, writers, musicians, and filmmakers committed to celebrating BOMB’s print legacy. The ideal candidates will be able to meet deadlines and work independently but function as a team when needed.
All interns will have the opportunity to write original posts for the blog and assist with events and launches as needed.
You must be able to commit to working in our office from 10:30–6:00 pm, three–four days a week (priority will be given to applicants who can commit longer). The internship lasts for four months and is unpaid, though college credit is available. Please submit your résumé and cover letter to internships at bombsite dot com. We will be sending out acceptance notices within two weeks of receiving application materials.
BOMB Magazine, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, delivers the artist’s voice through in-depth interviews between artists working across genre and media—collaborations that reveal their ideas, concerns, and creative processes through carefully developed dialogue—now and for posterity.
Richard J. Goldstein
80 Hanson Pl. #703
Brooklyn, NY 11217