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summer reading: joanna walsh published 05/07/2014

By Joanna Walsh, Fiction Editor @baudade This summer I’ll be in Prague, Bratislava, Budapest, Zagreb, Trieste, Paris, London, and Oxford. That’s a lot of train reading. Summer seems a good time to read thick books. A thick book, when you’re travelling, gives you a place to be. I’ve already started on the proof of Elena [...]

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summer reading: fernando sdrigotti published 04/07/2014

By Fernando Sdrigotti, Contributing Editor @f_sd I am a chaotic reader and I tend to read anything up to ten books at a time. I generally mix genres and languages and I don’t follow any clear logic when it comes to choosing books. I’m happy to drop a book after a few pages if it [...]

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summer reading: k. thomas kahn published 03/07/2014

By K. Thomas Kahn, Contributing Editor @proustitute This summer, I’ll be juggling several projects, so some of my lofty reading plans—like re-reading all of George Eliot’s work(!)—have been put aside for the time being; however, it will be a summer of a lot of re-reading and revisiting. One project involves Anne Carson, so I will [...]

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summer reading: andrew hodgson published 02/07/2014

By Andrew Hodgson, Contributing Editor @andhodgson Stumbling into the home stretch of the PhD, I gather it might be best to stack all the books out of arm’s reach, as is the tendency of the researcher to read too much and write too little, or maybe I have that the wrong way. Either one, being [...]

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summer reading: susan tomaselli published 01/07/2014

By Susan Tomaselli, 3:AM Editor-at-Large; Founder and Editor of gorse @STomaselli I’m grappling with an essay on Antonin Artaud’s disastrous 1937 trip to Ireland for gorse no. 2, so I’m reading my way through as much of his work as I can stand, leaning heavily on the Susan Sontag edited Antonin Artaud: Selected Writings. A [...]

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summer reading: david winters published 30/06/2014

By David Winters, Co-Editor-in-Chief @davidcwinters It’s that time of year again: over the next week or so, we’ll be running a series of posts detailing what 3:AM’s editorial team are reading over the summer. We’ve recently recruited some brilliant new editors, including Joanna Walsh and K. Thomas Kahn, so you’ll be hearing from them, as [...]

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The Missing Links published 29/06/2014

Kenneth Goldsmith on the poetics of appropriation (video). * Edouard Levé‘s Oeuvres. * An interview with Simon Critchley. * Lydia Davis: “Often, I immediately fictionalized something real in my own situation, as practice, or as a way of starting on a story”. * The William H. Gass interviews. * Kevin Breathnach on not reviewing William [...]

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The Rottweiler’s Guide to the Dog Owner published 27/06/2014

3:AM‘s Poetry Editor extraordinaire, SJ Fowler has published a new collection: A groundbreaking, aberrant but ever ebullient love letter to those who deserve it, The Rottweiler’s Guide to the Dog Owner refracts marriage, death, friendship, violence and love through SJ Fowler’s modernist poetic in an attempt to encapsulate the Poundian enterprise of all experience, no [...]

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A Call for Submissions published 09/06/2014

Page from Marcel Proust’s notebook  I’m extremely honored to be joining 3:AM as a contributing editor. To me, 3:AM has always published cutting-edge work—especially with regard to nonfiction, criticism, reviews, interviews, and those pieces that blur all preexisting lines—and it’s in that same vein that I would love to read work to consider for publication [...]

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Uninhabited London published 02/06/2014

6 Jun 2014 1:00 pm | Studio | The ICA, The Mall, London SW1 Writer and novelist Michael Bracewell talks about aspects of arts publishing, with reference to the subcultures and Style press of the 1980s. “Style culture had created a world I didn’t have a role in. I never went to clubs, I wasn’t [...]

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