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Fiction Submissions Open published 21/03/2017

For a limited time, 3:AM is pleased to welcome submissions of fiction and prose for online publication.

The editors share a particular interest in writing that is linguistically and formally experimental. We value the bold, the considered and the deft.

The window for submissions begins today March 21st 2017 and will remain open for four weeks: the closing date for submissions is April 21st 2017 (GMT). Any work sent after midnight on this date will not be considered.

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‘The War is Never Over’ published 10/03/2017

Filmmaker Beth B is crowdfunding her documentary on NYC noise institution (and sometime 3:AM contributor) Lydia Lunch via Kickstarter: Ultimately, the film will frame Lunch’s music and performance through the lens of the various philosophical themes that have obsessed her for years: sex, violence, drugs, deviance, porn, feminism, misogyny, lust and love…a rule breaker not […]

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Human Punk night (John King) published 07/03/2017

Related: 2016 interview

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English PEN Modern Literature Festival published 06/03/2017

The 2nd English PEN Modern Literature Festival: 30 writers, poets, novelists, playwrights and artists come together to continue English PEN’s relationship with innovative contemporary literature over one extraordinary day. The writers will present brand new poetry, text, reportage & performance, each celebrating and evidencing the struggle of a fellow writer from around the world, currently […]

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Les P’tites Femmes De Soho published 27/02/2017

17th of March to 30th of April 2017 WE ARE CUTS, a Soho institution since 1984, at 33A Dean St, proudly presents LES P’TITES FEMMES DE SOHO THE PERFECT ESCAPADE an art show by Anne Pigalle We live in a time where the ruling elite and the landowners, who own the urban spaces, and only […]

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Love and Perverted Desires: Four Centuries of Japanese Literature published 08/02/2017

14 March 2017, 6:00pm – 8:00pm Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, 13/14 Cornwall Terrace, Outer Circle (entrance facing Regent’s Park), London NW1 4QP In this talk, Damian Flanagan will explore the shifting sexual norms of Japan’s literary history from the Edo Period to the present. Dr Damian Flanagan is an award-winning author and translator who has published […]

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Vertical: Stephen Graham in conversation with Iain Sinclair published 07/02/2017

23 February 2017 – 7pm to 9pm 68 Hanbury Street London E1 5JL £3 entry (non-members) Stephen Graham is Professor of Cities and Society at Newcastle University. His most recent book is Vertical: The City from Satellites to Bunkers. Iain Sinclair is a Welsh writer and filmmaker on psychogeography, and author of acclaimed book Orbital. […]

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VicLeka published 15/01/2017

Vic Godard & A.M.Leka Exhibition: VicLeka 27 – 31 January 2017 GALLERY 46 46 Ashfield Street, London E1 2AJ Related: 2014 review / 2002 interview at 3:AM

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“Brutalism in Ruins?” published 11/01/2017

Prof. Christoph Lindner (University of Oregon) and Owen Hatherley Fri 27 January 2017, 18:30 – 21:00 Science Museum, 165 Queens Gate, London SW7 5HD Free entry (registration link) Adopting a transnational and comparative approach, Prof. Lindner will examine the connections between brutalist architecture, ruin aesthetics, hipsterfication, and the violence of globalization in locations as diverse […]

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