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Poem Brut at Rich Mix published 14/11/2017

November Saturday 25th, 2017 : 7pm – Free entry Poem Brut at Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA A literary event celebrating of the visual, visceral, messy, handwritten and colourful in poetry with new unique commissions from writers exploring alternate ways of making literature. Each presentation will be different from the last, […]

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Greetings From Prague and London Event: Equus Press / Minor Literature[s] / 3:AM published 05/11/2017

Join us for an exciting evening of readings by contemporary experimental authors from Equus Press, Minor Literature[s] & 3:AM Magazine on 11th November. CONFIRMED READERS: Louis Armand – author of eight novels and ten collections of poetry, most recently The Combinations (2016) and East Broadway Rundown (2015). Daniela Cascella – her work is focused on […]

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Oxford University Press Philosophy Festival published

Blackwell’s Bookshop is delighted to host our annual Oxford University Press Philosophy Festival, which will be running from Thursday 16th November until Sunday 19th November. This year the festival includes a range of free events, featuring an evening to celebrate the publication of Clare Chambers latest publication ‘Against Marriage’, the insightful Very Short Introduction Speed-dating […]

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Joseph Schreiber to join 3:AM’s editorial team published 01/11/2017

It gives me great pleasure to welcome Joseph Schreiber to the editorial team. Joseph is a writer, critic and editor from Calgary, Canada, and joins with editorial experience at The Scofield and the now-defunct Numéro Cinq. He will work closely with co-editor-in-chief Tristan Foster on review and nonfiction submissions. Joseph maintains a literary blog called […]

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Artists Against Overdevelopment published 07/10/2017

Bowater House, Golden Lane Estate, London EC1Y 0RJ. View from Fann Street, EC1. October 5 – December 10. Spectres of Modernism is an installation of protest art banners emblazoned with slogans dreamt up by leading artists and writers including Turner Prize winners Jeremy Deller and Elizabeth Price and Booker Prize nominated author Tom McCarthy. The […]

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Reader offer: The Digital Critic published 01/10/2017

Publisher O/R Books is offering 3:AM readers a discount on pre-orders of The Digital Critic: Literary Culture Online, edited by Houman Barekat, Robert Barry and 3:AM co-editor in chief David Winters. The book, which will be published in December 2017, is a collection of seventeen essays exploring the impact of the digital revolution on many aspects […]

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Punk is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night published 02/09/2017

Punk is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night, the book I’ve co-edited and co-written, is published by Zero Books on 27th October. It is composed of three elements, all mixed up: — A (slightly) more theoretical approach than you’ll usually find in this kind of book (there’s an interview with philosopher Simon Critchley, for instance, or […]

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Staff changes + Calls for submissions published 21/08/2017

Tristan Foster Tristan Foster will join 3:AM founder Andrew Gallix and David Winters as a Co-editor in chief. He will continue to accept your reviews and nonfiction submissions.   Isabella Streffen Welcome to Isabella Streffen who joins the team as a Contributing editor. She is now accepting reviews and nonfiction submissions with a focus on […]

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In Conversation: Iosi Havilio & Adelle Stripe published 19/08/2017

Waterstones Deansgate, Manchester & And Other Stories are delighted to welcome Iosi Havillo to celebrate the publication of his new book, Petite Fleur. On Monday 21st August, Iosi will be chatting with Adelle Stripe, author of Black Teeth and A Brilliant Smile, before answering questions from the audience and signing copies of his books. Iosi Havilio became a cult […]

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Paul Tickell presents Christie Malry’s Own Double Entry published 15/08/2017

Tickets Available £15 13 October 2017 at 7 p.m. London Review Bookshop Join the London Review Bookshop for a screening of Christie Malry’s Own Double Entry, presented by director Paul Tickell. Adapted from the angry novel by experimental novelist BS Johnson, this is an ambitious attempt to capture on film a particularly English strain of […]

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