BME/News is a section of BME featuring articles, editorials, and book reviews. BME/News, first started in 1994, was reintroduced with an article by BME founder Shannon Larratt October 29, 2002 in the Publisher's Ring. If you'd like to see older articles from the "first generation" of BME's lifetime, those can be found here.
- The Publisher's Ring articles by Shannon Larratt, founder of BME. First Publisher's Ring article: October 29, 2002
- Interviews on BME by guests and editors alike.
- Guest Columnists columns by feature writers who are not regular columnists. Bios for each appear at the end of each article. Columnists include Jordan Ginsberg, Gillian Hyde, Marisa DiMattia (under her former name Marisa Kakoulas), Allen Falkner, Lucky Diamond Rich and others. Some writers, like Jordan Ginsberg, Gillian Hyde, and Marisa DiMattia went on to have their own columns in BME/News. First Guest Columnists article: July 23, 2003.
- Through the Modified Looking Glass columns by Erik Sprague, The Lizardman, including articles and Q&A's. First Through the Modified Looking Glass article: May 15, 2003. First Q&A: July 23, 2003.
- Stepping Back articles by former BME intern, Gillian Hyde. First Stepping Back article: January 10, 2005.
- The Present Tense articles by Jordan Ginsberg. First The Present Tense article:January 10, 2005, which first appeared in the Guest Columnists section. First article just for The Present Tense: February 3, 2005.
- The BME Book Review book reviews written by volunteers. Books purchased through links in BME Book Reviews both encourage the publications of body modification related books and give back to BME through commissions in association with Amazon Books. Many of these books are also carried in BMEshop.com. First The BME Book Review review: January 21, 2004.
- Running the Gauntlet— articles by Jim Ward, founder of "The Gauntlet". First Running The Gauntlet article: August 17, 2003.
- Legal Link— articles by lawyer and writer, Marisa DiMattia. Note that, although her articles are legal in nature, they are not intended as legal advice. They are intended for only general information purposes and do not create any attorney-client relationship. First Legal Link article: November 10, 2004.
- Fakir Rants and Raves— articles by Fakir Musafar, father of the modern primatives movement and author of Spirit and Flesh. First Fakir Rants and Raves article: May 18, 2003.
- BME/Extreme Newsletter— newsletters by Shannon Larratt containing BME extreme stories in interview format as well as issues relevant to the body modification community. Though one can read the newsletter, to access complete stories, you'll need a full membership. First BME/Extreme Newsletter: July 28, 2004.
- The BME Cultural Corner— articles by Blake Perlingieriand guest authors investigate the history of body modification. First BME Cultural Corner article: December 17, 2003.
- The Eunuch in You— articles by eunuch Talula, co-archivist of Eunuch.org. First The Eunuch in You article: June 6, 2003.
- Modified Body— articles by professional body artist Dustin Sharrow about body health and bodybuilding. First Modified Body article: July 13, 2003.
- Reader Editorials— editorials by readers of BME. Note that editorials represent the opinions of BME readers which may not represent the official views of BMEzine.com. Recommended editorials have the date highlighted in red next to a star of the same color. The first editorials in the archive are mostly anonymous (though a few are attributed to Shannon Larratt such as the first listed one from December 16, 1995, examples of strange mail). The first dated reader editorial is October 27, 2000, and the first dated recommended reader editorial is November 5, 2000. You can submit your editorials (as well as experiences) here.
- Older Articles archive of articles from the "first generation" of BME's lifetime.
- Interviews archive of interviews done by BME. The first listed interview is a memorial of Jack Yount through talks with Shawn Porter.
- Art Galleries archive of photo galleries by artists photographing body modification, body rites, and similar areas; galleries of drawings and paintings on the same subject matter; artistic photo shoots of clients of body artists; blood print galleries from scarification artists, and more. The first listed gallery is that of Vonsh. If you think you meet the criteria and want to see your work featured, send ten or more (no upper limit) pictures at as high as resolution as you can to email@example.com, and be sure to include all the contact info you can as well as a brief bio.