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The Missing Links published 03/08/2018

Deborah Levy and Olivia Laing in conversation. * Olivia Laing and Ali Smith in conversation. * David Hayden on the women who influenced his writing. * On Eugene Thacker‘s Infinite Resignation. * For Saul Leiter, “simply looking at the world was enough”. * Lauren Elkin on the new motherhood books. * How auto is autofiction? […]

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Throbbing Gristle published 25/07/2018

  Throbbing Gristle announce the second phase of their ongoing reissues with Mute. 14 September 2018 will see remastered editions of Journey Through a Body (on silver vinyl and CD) and Mission of Dead Souls (on white vinyl and CD) available, while Heathen Earth will be re-released on blue vinyl and as a 2CD set. […]

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Taxidermy Tour: Behind the Scenes and Private Collection published 20/07/2018

MORBID ANATOMY PRESENTS: We are very excited to announce a special taxidermy tour this September with opportunities to view rarely seen Walter Potter tableaux as well as private collections, historic mansions and 19th century museums–front and back stage. The tour will be organized and led by Dr Pat Morris, taxidermy historian and foremost collector of […]

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Doclisboa’ 18 published 16/07/2018

Doclisboa’18 Presents its Retrospective and Focus: Luis Ospina and Sailing the Euphrates, Travelling the Time of the World At 10:30pm, on July 27th, Doclisboa – International Film Festival will present a preview of its 2018 retrospective and special focus sections, through an open-air screening at the Cinemateca Portuguesa – one of the venues of the festival. A double […]

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From Hell – In Colour published 15/07/2018

Jack is back — and this time, the blood is red. “My all-time favorite graphic novel … an immense, majestic work about the Jack the Ripper murders, the dark Victorian world they happened in, and the birth of the 20th century.” — Warren Ellis, Entertainment Weekly Experience FROM HELL as never before: fully restored and […]

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Glory Days published 14/07/2018

Here’s a picture (courtesy of Andrew Stevens) of Subway Sect (1980 Club Left line-up) live in London today. Lest we forget, the band took part in 3:AM Magazine‘s first event, which took place at the Horse Hospital on 26 July 2003 between 6 and 11.30 pm. There were readings and talks by Steve Aylett, Nicholas […]

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The Events at the Bonner Hofgarten: A Letter to a German Friend published

  Yitzhak Melamed (Johns Hopkins), interviewed here at 3:AM as part of the End Times series, was attacked by a racist and then the Bonn police during a recent visit to give a lecture. The anti-semitic attack in Bonn reminds us of the depressing and worrying fact that that anti-Semitism is alive and well. Courtesy […]

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LIVEWIRE NYC JULY published 06/07/2018

LIVEWIRE is a monthly tour of shows, exhibitions and events around town. Expect performance art, politically engaged art, photography, poetry, and magic. By @JanaAstanov.

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Noumena: Initiation published 29/06/2018

Performance art event themed Magic and Shamanism encompasses works focused on ritual, shamanic traditions (including healing and shapeshifting), paganism, witchcraft, occult, esoteric teachings, folk magic, as well as astrology, magical intents, narratives derived from mythology and religions, magical and symbolic languages such as grimoires and sigils. In this event NOUMENA: INITIATION we invite you to explore the IDEAL (Plato’s Forms) somehow unknowable world with a group of performance artists whose work carries on shamanic traditions. Featured artists: Jaguar Mary X, Claire Zakiewicz + Siw Laurent, Megwyn White, Prieztezz Or Nah + Undakova, and Greem Jellyfish. Curated by Jana Astanov.

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Letter to the Author of the Letter to the Father published 22/06/2018

Letter to the Author of the Letter to the Father, the debut short fiction collection by 3:AM Magazine co-editor-in-chief Tristan Foster, is forthcoming from Melbourne-based publisher Transmission Press. From the publisher: Eels, snakes, artists, photos, writers, sprinters, dead men, thieves, possums, sphinxes, whales, fathers, mothers, children, neighbours, lovers, churches, rivers, oceans, devils, heroes, stones, fur, […]

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