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3:AM Awards 2012: Longlist

NOVEL OF THE YEAR
Louis Armand’s Breakfast at Midnight (RM)
Jake Arnott’s The House of Rumour (MD)
Laurent Binet’s HHhH (ST)
Jenni Fagan‘s The Panopticon (DA)
Alasdair Gray’s Every Short Story 1951-2012 (ST)
Sarah Hall’s The Beautiful Indifference (MD)
Lars Iyer‘s Dogma (AG)
Denis Johnson’s Train Dreams (DA)
Karl Ove Knausgaard’s A Death in the Family (ST)
Jarett Kobek‘s If You Won’t Read then Why Should I Write (RM)
Zoe Lambert‘s The War Tour (MD)
Ben Marcus’ Flame Alphabet (ST)
Ben MyersPig Iron (DA, AG)
Andrés Neuman’s Traveller of the Century (ST)
Alex Preston’s The Revelations (MD)
Keith Ridgway’s Hawthorn & Child (DA, ST)
Will Self‘s Umbrella (AA)
Adam Thirlwell’s Kapow! (ST)
Enrique Vila-Matas’ Dublinesque (ST)
Gabriel Josipovici’s Infinity (AG)
Chrisine Schutt’s Prosperous Friends (AG, DW)
Tony White‘s Missorts (RM)

POETRY BOOK OF THE YEAR
John Ashbery’s Quick Question (DW)
Sarah Jackson’s Pelt (DA)
Luke Kennard‘s A Lost Expression (AA)
Philip Larkin’s Complete Poems (ST)
Seán Lawlor & John Pillin, ed. The Collected Poems of Samuel Beckett (ST)
William Letford’s Bevel (DA)
Frank O’Hara’s Selected Poems (MD)
Tom Paulin’s Love’s Bonfire (RM)
Sam Riviere‘s 81 Austerities (ST)
Adelle Stripe‘s Dark Corners of the Land (DA, AG)

NON-FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR
Stephen Barber‘s The Walls of Berlin (RM)
Joe Brainard’s I Remember (ST)
Paul Buck’s Performance: The Biography of a 60s Masterpiece (RM)
David Byrne’s How Music Works (DA, ST)
Nick Cohen’s You Can’t Read This Book: Censorship in an Age of Freedom (MD)
Katerina Deligiorgi’s The Scope of Autonomy (RM)
Alan Gilbert‘s Black Patriots & Loyalists (RM)
Owen Hatherley‘s A New Kind of Bleak (RM)
Leslie Hill’s Maurice Blanchot & Fragmentary Writing: A Change of Epoch (AG)
Christopher HitchensMortality (DA)
Andrew Hugill’s ‘Patatphysics: A Useless Guide (RM)
Hilary Kornblith’s On Reflection (RM)
Brian Leiter‘s Why Tolerate Religion (RM)
Robert Macfarlane’s The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot (ST)
Dr Brooke Magnanti’s The Sex Myth (MD)
D.T. Max’s Every Love Story is a Ghost Story (ST)
A.W. Moore’s The Evolution of Modern Metaphysics (DW)
Sinéad Murphy’s The Art Kettle (ST)
Sonia Purnell’s Just Boris: A Tale of Blond Ambition (MD)
Alan Ryan’s The Making of Modern Liberalism (RM)
Oliver Sacks’ Hallucinations (DA)
Simon Sellars & Dan O’Hara’s Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with JG Ballard (ST)
Charles Shaw’s Exile Nation (KN)
Ali Smith’s Artful (AA, ST)
Cheryl Strayed’s Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice for Love & Life by Dear Sugar (KN)
Emily van Buskirk & Andrei Zorin’s Lidiya Ginzburg’s Alternative Literary Identities (RM)
Katerina van Grouw’s The Unfeathered Bird (RM)

GRAPHIC NOVEL OF THE YEAR
Mary Talbot’s Dotter of her Father’s Eyes (ST)
Chris Ware’s Building Stories (ST)

ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Viv Albertine’s The Vermilion Border (AG)
Beach House’s Bloom (DW)
David Byrne & St Vincent’s Love This Giant (DA)
Django Django’s Django Django (DA)
Bob Dylan’s Tempest (RM)
Daughn Gibson’s All Hell
Nils Frahm’s Screws (ST)
Grizzly Bear’s Shields (DA)
Melody’s Echo Chamber’s Melody’s Echo Chamber (DA)
Seti the First’s Melting Cavalry (ST)
The XX’s Coexist (AG)

FILM OF THE YEAR
The Amazing Spider-Man, dir. Marc Webb (RM)
Anna Karenina, dir. Joe Wright (RM)
The Avengers, dir. Joss Whedon (RM)
Barbaric Genius, dir. Paul Duane (ST)
Being Flynn, dir. Paul Weitz (RM)
5 Broken Cameras, dir. Emad Burnat & Guy (DA)
Gerhard Richter Painting, dir. Corinna Belz (RM)
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, dir. Mark Neveldine & Brian Taylor (RM)
London: The Modern Babylon, dir. Julien Temple (ST)
The Master, dir. Paul Thomas Anderson (KN)
Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present, dir. Matthew Akers (ST)
Patience (After Sebald), dir. Grant Gee (AA)
Prometheus, dir. Ridley Scott (RM, ST)
Rust and Bone, dir. Jacques Audiard (DW)
The Turin Horse, dir. Béla Tarr (DA, AG, ST)
The Woman in Black, dir. James Watkins (RM)

MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR
Asymptote (ST)
LRB (RM)
Mineshaft (DA)
Music & Literature (ST)
The New Inquiry (MM, ST)
New Scientist (RM)
NOON (DW)
Paper Darts (AG)
Peninsula (ST)
The Portable Museum (ST)
TLS (RM)
The White Review (AA)
The Wire (DA)
Wired (RM)

PUBLISHER OF THE YEAR
Book Works (RM)
Galley Beggar Press (AG, ST)
Honest Publishing (ST)
Melville House (AA, AG)
Notting Hill Editions (ST)
Ox & Pigeon (ST)
Oxford University Press (RM)
Princeton University Press (RM)
Seagull (ST)
Sylph Editions (DW)
Solid Objects (DW)
Sort Of Books (MM)
TamTam Books (ST)
Tara Books (DA)
Tyrant Books (DW)
Visual Editions (ST)

WEBSITE OF THE YEAR
Berfrois (ST)
Bright Stupid Confetti (ST)
50 Watts (DA)
Found (KN)
Leiter Reports (RM)
Letters of Note (DA)
LRB blog (AA)
Los Angeles Review of Books (AG, DW)
Adam Curtis’ The Medium & the Message (DA)
Mister Trippy (RM)
The Modernist Journals Project (DA)
Review 31 (ST)
The Rumpus (KN)
The Splintered Mind (RM)
3 Quarks Daily (RM)

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First posted: Wednesday, December 26th, 2012.

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