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The Missing Links published 17/04/2014

The International Necronautical Society’s Statement on Digital Capitalism. * The miracle of analogy: “Photography is — as I hope to demonstrate — radically anti-Cartesian. It shows us that there really is a world, that it wants to be seen by us, and that it exceeds our capacity to know it”. * Teju Cole interviewed by [...]

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Philosophy at 3:AM published 14/04/2014

Some of Richard Marshall‘s End Times interviews have now been collected in a book entitled Philosophy at 3:AM (Oxford University Press): The appeal of philosophy has always been its willingness to speak to those pressing questions that haunt us as we make our way through life. What is truth? Could we think without language? Is [...]

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INS Statement on Digital Capitalism published 25/03/2014

Kunsthalle Düsseldorf welcomes INS General Secretary Tom McCarthy and INS Chief Philosopher Simon Critchley to deliver a statement. Rendezvous: 1900h, Friday 4 April 2014, Salon des Amateurs, Grabbeplatz 4, 40213 Düsseldorf [Pic: Tom McCarthy by Andrew Gallix.]

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The Missing Links published 22/03/2014

B’dum B’dum: “I thought of it as an attack, but not in any straightforward, upfront ‘I’ll show you my fists’ man sort of thing. It was just an attempt to step sideways and shadow-box with a few phantoms” (Howard Devoto, 1978). * A preliminary phenomenology of the self-checkout. * Lydia Davis interviewed in the Quarterly [...]

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Girl U Want published 15/03/2014

Ahead of the UK’s biggest comics exhibition to date, Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK, the British Library has unveiled a brand new artwork by ‘Tank Girl’ co-creator, Jamie Hewlett, featuring a new female character. Comics Unmasked traces the history of the British comic book and explores how comics and graphic novels have [...]

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Win copies of Wu Ming’s Altai and Manituana! published 23/02/2014

3:AM and Verso Books are giving away 5 copies of both of Wu Ming‘s historical epics. Wu Ming are a collective of Italian writers who have redefined the notions of collaboration and identity in modern literature. Following their bestselling novel Q, the group crafted Manituana — a genre–breaking reimagining of the Revolutionary War. Now comes [...]

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Fractals Paris Launch published 22/02/2014

Fractals, Joanna Walsh‘s short-story collection, published by 3:AM Press, will be given its Paris launch at Shakespeare and Company on Monday 24 February at 7pm. You can order the book online here.

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The Missing Links published 10/02/2014

William Gass on Musil and the hovering life. * William Gass interviewed by Douglas Glover (audio). * Rorschach Audio on the radio transmissions in Cocteau’s Orphée. * The only surviving recording of Virginia Woolf, 1937. * Mina Loy‘s “Feminist Manifesto” (via). * An interview with Micheline Aharonian Marcom. * Deborah Levy in The Observer. * [...]

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American Smoke published 08/02/2014

On Thursday 13th March from 6-7.15pm Michael Horovitz and Barry Miles will present an exploration of the life and work of William S Burroughs at the Gower Street branch of Waterstones (corner of Malet St, opposite the University of London Union building), with special reference to Miles’ William S Burroughs: A Life which was published [...]

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Blunt, Funny, Angrily Academic published 28/01/2014

3:AM is listed among PolicyMic‘s “10 Literary Blogs Every 20-Something Should Read“. This is how Daniel Lefferts describes us: 3:AM has everything — fiction, flash fiction, poetry, interviews, criticism — but its sensibility is consistent throughout: blunt, funny, angrily academic. Their tagline says it best: “Whatever it is, we’re against it.”

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