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Join Lee Rourke on Saturday published 15/02/2018

Sat 17 March  10am – 5pm (lunch included in ticket price) Situated Practice: a one day creative writing course relating to place Writing to evoke an unmistakable sense of place, paying attention to people, atmosphere, soundscape and landscape. With the celebrated author Lee Rourke (short-story collection Everyday, the novel The Canal (winner of the Guardian’s Not […]

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Shakespeare’s Sister and Co published 09/02/2018

Claire-Louise Bennett at Shakespeare and Company yesterday.

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LIVEWIRE NYC February published 04/02/2018

I have lived in Paris, London, Warsaw, Istanbul, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong and Tokyo, but nothing compares to New York City! Welcome to LIVEWIRE, my monthly tour of shows, exhibitions and events around town. Expect performance art, politically engaged art, ambient music,  poetry, dance, and magic. @JanaAstanov    [photo credit: Kalan Sherrard  –  his interview @3AM] SUPER-BOWEL […]

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Lee Rourke at 3:AM published 22/01/2018

We are proud to announce that Lee Rourke, author of The Canal and Vulgar Things, is joining 3:AM Magazine as contributing editor.

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Dysfunctional Male published 19/01/2018

Fernando Sdrigotti, Le Rostand, Paris

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Pondering published 16/01/2018

Claire-Louise Bennett at Le Rostand, Paris

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Reggae at 3:AM published 13/01/2018

To coincide with the Sound System Outernational ‘Strictly Vinyl’ Weekender at Goldsmiths (CAYA Soundsystem pictured), here’s a collection of early 3:AM interviews by Greg Whitfield. Aba Shanti – ‘Dub Wisers’ (April 2003) Don Letts – ‘The Rebel Dread’ (June 2003) Tessa Pollitt – ‘Earthbeat’ (November 2003) Keith Levene – ‘Looking For Something’ (May 2004) DJ Scratchy […]

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The Digital Critic: Literary Culture Online published 06/01/2018

’The Digital Critic: Literary Culture Online’ with Houman Barekat, Joanna Walsh and Robert Barry Wednesday 10th January, 7pm Entry £3, redeemable against any purchase Our guests take stock of the so-called Literary Internet up to the present moment, and considers the future of criticism: its promise, its threats of decline, and its potential mutation, in […]

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A Literary Event About Loving published 03/01/2018

Stephen Barber / Eley Williams / Marina Lambrou WRITERS’ CENTRE KINGSTON PRESENTS A LITERARY EVENT ABOUT LOVING JANUARY THURSDAY 11TH : 7PM – FREE ENTRY / THE ROSE THEATRE, KINGSTON Rose Theatre Kingston, 24-26 High Street, Kingston KT1 1HL The theme for this event is Loving. Each of the three speakers will respond as they […]

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Under The Paving Stones published 27/12/2017

19th February @ The Social, 5 Little Portland St, W1 Faber Social and Tony White Present: UNDER THE PAVING STONES: A Night of Experimental Fiction Featuring readings from: KIRSTY GUNN ‘Gunn’s prose is accomplished, poetic, and haunting.’ Times Literary Supplement TONY WHITE ‘A serious, engaging voice of the modern city’ Guardian STEWART HOME ‘Stewart Home is one […]

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