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Betsy Sussler, BOMB Magazine



Betsy Sussler, co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of BOMB Magazine, returns to the Clocktower, where she had her first job in New York City. She gives Will Corwin a tutorial on how to start a cutting-edge arts magazine based on a seemingly impossible ideal--to talk about art the way artists talk about art--and explains how she's been doing it successfully since 1981. Sussler gets down to brass tacks, discussing topics like how to get advertisers on board using Leo Castelli, why micromanaging doesn't always lead to a great product, and, most importantly, how to pay the printers. An extra special thank you to Ward Shelley for arranging this interview (32 minutes).

Betsy Sussler - BOMB Magazine



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Betsy Sussler returns to the Clocktower where she had her first job in NYC. She gives Will a tutorial in how to start a cutting-edge arts magazine based on a seemingly impossible ideal--to talk about art the way artists talk about art, and how she's been doing it successfully since 1981. They get down to brass tacks, including topics like how to get advertisers on board using Leo Castelli, why micromanaging doesn't always lead to a great product, and most importantly how to pay the printers.

Betsy Sussler, BOMB Magazine



Betsy Sussler returns to the Clocktower, where she had her first job in New York City. She gives host Will Corwin a tutorial on how to start a cutting-edge arts magazine based on a seemingly impossible ideal--to talk about art the way artists talk about art--and explains how she's been doing it successfully since 1981. Sussler gets down to brass tacks, discussing topics like how to get advertisers on board using Leo Castelli, why micromanaging doesn't always lead to a great product, and, most importantly, how to pay the printers (32 minutes).

 

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