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Tuesday 28th May 2015, Institute of English Studies, Senate House, University of London A Brunel Centre for Contemporary Writing & MCFSN Symposium & Public Event to celebrate the life and work of celebrated, award-wining novelist and biographer, Jonathan Coe, on the occasion of the twenty-first anniversary of the publication of his novel, What a Carve […]
3:AM sort Cathi Unsworth has penned the intro for the next London Books Classics reissue, Arthur La Bern’s It Always Rains on Sunday. Beloved of Iain Sinclair, its cinematic treatment was the classic Ealing 1947 film by Robert Hamer, starring Googie Withers. Fans of Patrick Hamilton and Alexander Baron will no doubt find much to […]
3:AM editor K. Thomas Kahn has joined the phenomenal Words without Borders as Reviews Editor, in addition to continuing on in the same role here. Words without Borders is currently seeking a fresh batch of bright and eager reviewers to review world literature in English translation. See the call for submissions here for more information, […]
The photography of Wim Wenders. * “The Dreadful Mucamas” by Lydia Davis. * Spiderman and fetish art. * An interview with Peter Markus: “Can fiction do that, make a world that is its own, a world that isn’t anchored down by the world in which it is actually written in? Of course it can“. * […]
Post-Nearly Press are publishing two volumes of in-depth interviews with Chris Petit and Iain Sinclair, both conducted by Neil Jackson. Only a limited number of copies will be produced. “When they’re gone that’s it,” says Neil, “it’s a theme that crops up in the conversations.”