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- » Textermination
Come celebrate the launch of the Christine Brooke-Rose Society with 3:AM‘s Joanna Walsh. Book a free ticket here.
- » The Sex-Appeal of the Inorganic
Susana Medina‘s outstanding Philosophical Toys (Dalkey Archive Press) is published today. An extract is forthcoming in 3:AM. [Pic by Derek Ogbourne.]
- » The Missing Links
On Erik Satie: “There are many kinds of eccentric and Satie was most of them”. * Malcolm McLaren‘s Paris: Capital of the XXIst Century. * An interview with Joshua Cohen: “One thing I did — which, if we tried it, would make this interview a lot easier for me, and a lot more difficult for […]
- » An Evening with University of Greenwich writer in residence Paul Ewen, and special guests
Greenwich Book Festival Old Royal Naval College Friday, 22 May 2015 from 7pm onwards Paul Ewen (pictured), author of Francis Plug – How To Be A Public Author, recently longlisted for the Gordon Burn Prize is very proud to host an evening with three of the UK’s most unconventional writers, all working outside the literary […]
- » Whatever it is, we’re against it.
“Britain is several countries not one. Its sleep too is fragmented. In the morning it raises its eyebrows while one part then another breaks off. It needs to be addressed patiently, with deadly honesty, with some appreciation of its intelligence, even with some affection, especially by those who want it to change, to move from acts of individual altruism (of which it has plenty) to one of socially cohesive altruism. It needs stop raising its eyebrows.”
George Szirtes, and Joanna Walsh on the UK Elections.