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Lee Rourke at 3:AM published 22/01/2018

We are proud to announce that Lee Rourke, author of The Canal and Vulgar Things, is joining 3:AM Magazine as contributing editor.

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Dysfunctional Male published 19/01/2018

Fernando Sdrigotti, Le Rostand, Paris

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Pondering published 16/01/2018

Claire-Louise Bennett at Le Rostand, Paris

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Reggae at 3:AM published 13/01/2018

To coincide with the Sound System Outernational ‘Strictly Vinyl’ Weekender at Goldsmiths (CAYA Soundsystem pictured), here’s a collection of early 3:AM interviews by Greg Whitfield. Aba Shanti – ‘Dub Wisers’ (April 2003) Don Letts – ‘The Rebel Dread’ (June 2003) Tessa Pollitt – ‘Earthbeat’ (November 2003) Keith Levene – ‘Looking For Something’ (May 2004) DJ Scratchy […]

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The Digital Critic: Literary Culture Online published 06/01/2018

’The Digital Critic: Literary Culture Online’ with Houman Barekat, Joanna Walsh and Robert Barry Wednesday 10th January, 7pm Entry £3, redeemable against any purchase Our guests take stock of the so-called Literary Internet up to the present moment, and considers the future of criticism: its promise, its threats of decline, and its potential mutation, in […]

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A Literary Event About Loving published 03/01/2018

Stephen Barber / Eley Williams / Marina Lambrou WRITERS’ CENTRE KINGSTON PRESENTS A LITERARY EVENT ABOUT LOVING JANUARY THURSDAY 11TH : 7PM – FREE ENTRY / THE ROSE THEATRE, KINGSTON Rose Theatre Kingston, 24-26 High Street, Kingston KT1 1HL The theme for this event is Loving. Each of the three speakers will respond as they […]

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Under The Paving Stones published 27/12/2017

19th February @ The Social, 5 Little Portland St, W1 Faber Social and Tony White Present: UNDER THE PAVING STONES: A Night of Experimental Fiction Featuring readings from: KIRSTY GUNN ‘Gunn’s prose is accomplished, poetic, and haunting.’ Times Literary Supplement TONY WHITE ‘A serious, engaging voice of the modern city’ Guardian STEWART HOME ‘Stewart Home is one […]

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Bob Hale RIP (1945-2017) published 16/12/2017

Sad news. The philosopher Bob Hale has died. He had been a British Academy Research Reader (1997-9), was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (elected 2000), was President of the Aristotelian Society in 2002-3, and a Leverhulme Major Research Fellow (2009-11). He became an emeritus professor at Sheffield University in 2011. Much of […]

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Cracks and Reforms: The City Under Stress published 04/12/2017

Friday 15th December, 10am – 6pm, Common Ground, Institute of Advanced Studies, UCL South Wing Department of English Language and Literature – Symposium on the City Keynote: Iain Sinclair, ‘The Sickness and the Shadow: Living with Dead Buildings’ No need to book – Full programme available here.

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Jerry Fodor RIP 1935 – 2017 published 02/12/2017

I met him in New York some time before interviewing him for the End Times series. I was doing a Beckett talk at Rutgers and on a whim dropped him a line and said I’d be passing through NY on my way home and would he like to meet up. He straight away replied and […]

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