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3:AM Reloaded


What you (may have) missed on 3:AM recently:

Fiction: ‘Warm Womb’ by Aaron Lake Smith

Poetry: Will Stone‘s new translation of Baudelaire’s Flowers of Evil

Reviewed: Max Dunbar on Stephen King’s Under the Dome

Non-fiction: Roland Kelts on America’s first Pacific president (courtesy of 3:AM Asia), Charles Thomson on Damien Hirst’s new exhibition, Max Dunbar on ‘The Great Underground Myth’ (why Self-Publishing doesn’t work

Interviewed: Garth Cartwright talks to Cathi Unsworth about Jack the Stripper, Joe Meek & Bad Penny Blues, Steven Fowler talks to Peter Owen about publishing Blaise Cendrars (pictured above), Anaïs Nin, Henry Miller, Jean Cocteau & others (but not Knut Hamsun):

On several occasions I met [Salvador Dalí]. He was pretty unpleasant; not directly unpleasant – he wasn’t nasty. He was a major artist, but I felt he lacked integrity. I was there once and during the course of the evening we were given some horrible sweet sparkling wine which was palmed off as champagne. I met his wife Gala once as well when we first made contact, although they didn’t answer letters and I had to go to his suite in a hotel on the rue de Rivoli. He was into money, so if something made him money he was interested. He said to me, ‘Dalí loves money. Have you brought me some?’

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First posted: Sunday, November 29th, 2009.

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