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Library Residencies Submissions Call published 07/04/2016

BOOK WORKS ANNOUNCES AN OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR TWO NEW LIBRARY RESIDENCIES IN COLLABORATION WITH CHELSEA COLLEGE OF ARTS LIBRARY & CHELSEA SPACE, UNIVERSITY OF ARTS, LONDON, AND GLASGOW WOMEN’S LIBRARY, GLASGOW. You Must Locate A Fantasy is Book Works’ new Library Residencies Programme, presenting a series of residencies and commissions for artists to […]

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Darknet published

Darknet 14th April – 7th May at Southwark Playhouse “You’re not even a fully formed person yet. Your face is still changing and your bones are still growing but already there’s this detailed map of your personality out there and companies you’ve never heard of are getting rich off it.” Welcome to Octopus Inc., the […]

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Jean Genet: Prisoner of Love published 06/04/2016

The Whitechapel Gallery Book now £9.50/7.50 concs Thursday 14 April, 7pm Zilkha Auditorium Monday Closed Tuesday 11am–6pm Wednesday 11am–6pm Thursday 11am–9pm Friday 11am–6pm Saturday 11am–6pm Sunday 11am–6pm One of the most distinctive artists of the 20th century, Jean Genet’s life and work is celebrated through a discussion with Genet’s biographer, cultural critic Stephen Barber, and […]

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Billy Childish: The House at Grass Valley Exhibition published

7th April – 14th May 2016 Preview: Wednesday 6th April, 6-8pm

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Call for Submissions: Mark de Silva published 02/03/2016

“Each of his essays starts from scratch, as he looks for a new vocabulary and a new form to talk about each new book”—that’s one 3:AM co-editor-in-chief (Andrew Gallix) speaking of the other (David Winters). It’s also an apt description, as I happily join the magazine’s editorial staff, of the kind of essay I am […]

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SUBMIT YOUR SHORT FICTION TO 3:AM published 09/02/2016

Aslan Gaisumov's exploding book

3:AM Magazine is delighted to announce the appointment of Eley Williams as co-editor for fiction.

Here’s her first Call for Submissions.

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make magic published 28/12/2015

3:AM’s David Winters interviews the legendary Gordon Lish for Critical Quarterly: If we go back to Beckett, or to various bits by Thomas Bernhard, these examples seem to represent an exception. One wants to find the new. And, in finding it, do everything one can to fight for it. There was a time when I […]

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Top Reads of 2015: Steven J. Fowler published 13/12/2015

  Tom Jenks, Spruce (Blarts Books) One of most overlooked poets in the UK, doing the work conceptualism should be doing, getting to the heart of uniquely British ennui through splicing methodology and jet black humour. Sandeep Parmar, Eidolon (Shearsman Books)  High modernism powerfully maintained and redeployed by one of the most interesting poets crossing the American / UK […]

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Top Reads of 2015: Tristan Foster published 12/12/2015

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Wolfgang Hilbig I’ve got a problem with best-book-of-the-year lists. I can’t really articulate what that problem is – they’re egotistical? it’s not the end of the year yet? I’m doubtful anybody cares? that they seem to somehow dovetail into the frenzy of Christmas? Whatever it is, they fill me with a general discomfort. So in […]

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Top Reads of 2015: Joanna Walsh published 11/12/2015

Joanna Walsh’s Top Reads of 2015   My books of the year, all published in 2015, and in no particular order…     Claire-Louise Bennett, Pond (Stinging Fly/Fitzcarraldo)  Words build spaces for living in Bennett’s genre-defying meditation on creating and practicing a solitary life in rural Ireland.     Gavin Corbett, Green Glowing Skull (4th Estate)  An […]

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