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The Missing Links published 24/01/2014

Nicholas Rombes interviewed. * Tony White‘s mini readings. * Ben Lerner on the virtuality of literature. * Narcissus and ego: poets and the novel. * John Ashbery’s silences sampled. * Ujana Wolf‘s white-outs. * Erased and doctored pages. * More words written and unwritten. * The last page of Proust‘s manuscript. * An interview with [...]

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gorse published 16/01/2014

The first, hotly-anticipated issue of gorse — Susan Tomaselli and David Gavan‘s twice-yearly print journal — is out this month. Contributors include Darran Anderson, arguing that modernism is ancient, Anna Aslanyan (fiction), Kevin Breathnach on Cartier-Bresson, Stephen Crowe (graphic novel), Rob Doyle on Houellebecq, SJ Fowler (poetry), David Gavan interviews Jesse Jones, Colin Herd (poetry), [...]

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‘The North Will Rise Again’ published

3:AM associate Stephen Barber‘s new novel of England’s future corporate/digital disintegration and the fall of its cities, England’s Darkness, is published this month in the US by Sun Vision Press and distributed in the UK by Turnaround, acclaimed by the likes of David Peace. The two Kings of Leeds had met for profound discussions of [...]

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“I went in search of myself and never did a day’s work I regret.” published 13/01/2014

Courtesy of Thames & Hudson we have a copy of Derek Jarman’s Sketchbooks to give away to one lucky 3:AM reader. The first entry pulled out of a flat cap wins – enter by emailing here.

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The Missing Links published 11/01/2014

Wonderful piece on Nick Land: “His work still poses acutely — in a variety of forms — the challenge of thinking contemporary life on this planet: A planet piloted from the future by something that comes from outside personal or collective human intention, and which we can no longer pretend has anything to do with [...]

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Queer Pagan Punk published 08/01/2014

The BFI has announced Queer Pagan Punk: Derek Jarman, a major two month film retrospective at BFI Southbank in February/March 2014. This will be the largest retrospective of Jarman’s films ever mounted in the UK, celebrating the prolific, iconoclastic and hugely influential film-maker and marking the 20th anniversary of his death. The season is programmed [...]

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Dirty Hits published 18/12/2013

Tony O’Neill‘s Dirty Hits brings together 20 rare, hard-hitting stories that appeared in anthologies and webzines (some long-defunct) over the past decade. More on the author here.

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The Missing Links published 07/12/2013

“Negative Emotions” and “The Seals” (extract) by Lydia Davis. * “Preface” by Darran Anderson. * Three early poems by Albert Cossery. * László Krasznahorkai‘s Seiobo There Below reviewed. * Kenneth Goldsmith on the artful accidents of Google Books. * The great dramas of 20th century publishing revealed in the marks left behind by typewriters, fountain [...]

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The Missing Links published 01/12/2013

Saul Leiter, in memoriam (see picture). * Teju Cole on the late Saul Leiter. * A bibliography of boredom. * Borges as professor. * A library of the mind. *  Nicholas Roeg in conversation. * Cézanne: “The artist must avoid thinking like a writer”. So should the writer. * Tom McCarthy on the quasi-religious fethishism [...]

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Fucking Delighted published 18/11/2013

Eimear McBride‘s A Girl Is A Half-Formed Thing has won the first Goldsmiths Prize. The £10,000 prize is given to “recognise published fiction that opens up new possibilities for the novel form”. Galley Beggar co-director Sam Jordison told 3:AM: “We’re honoured and delighted to have published a book that has done this well. Fucking honoured, [...]

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