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Tonight in London: A Beast in View published 05/12/2015

A BEAST IN VIEW: AN EVENING OF SATIRE IN POETRY & PROSE with authors Holly Hopkins, Anthony Howell, Courttia Newland, Tony White Poetry at The Room, 33 Holcombe Road, Tottenham Hale, N17 9AS Saturday 5 December 2015 Starts: 7.30 £5 entry plus donation for refreshment A timely and unmissable evening of satire in poetry and […]

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my brooklyn writer friend published 21/11/2015

Former 3:AM fiction editor Greg Gerke‘s debut short story collection is out now from Queen’s Ferry Press. From the publisher’s page: “These swift, swervy, nervous fictions—as often as not about writers in antic crisis with the language, lovers in trouble with their loves—are heartachingly hilarious and stocked from margin to margin with agony-born brilliances fresh […]

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The Missing Links published 11/10/2015

Adrian Nathan West on Marianne Fritz. * Adrian Nathan West reviews Houellebecq‘s Submission. * Benjamin Noys on R.D. Laing and anti-psychiatry. * 3:AM‘s Joanna Walsh on Leonora Carrington. * Linder Sterling: “My mother has Alzheimer’s, and in her mind it is perpetually 1974. Somehow being in that flat, it felt like I was in the […]

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Suck my keyboard: call for submissions published 28/09/2015

                                            60X1.com by Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung (2003) My (ironic) aversion to dialectical readings of contemporary literature situates my critical disposition as resistant to Jamesonian interpretations of a historically-determined consciousness. For better or for worse, such […]

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call for submissions published 08/09/2015

Egon Shiele’s Krumau – Crescent of Houses (The Small City V), c. 1915   “Whatever it is, we’re against it”; so proclaims 3:AM’s masthead, and this call to arms is one I am happy to take up in the capacity of contributing editor. Far from being contrarian for contrarian’s sake, these words represent, for me, […]

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what 3:AM’s editors have been up to published 07/09/2015

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Co-editor-in-chief and founder Andrew Gallix recently published two pieces on Roland Barthes in the Guardian and the Los Angeles Review of Books, to commemorate the centenary of his birth. The latter focuses on the recent exhibition at the Bibliothèque nationale de France. An in-depth interview Gallix conducted with the Argentine novelist Luis Chitarroni will appear in the forthcoming fourth […]

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Establishing connections — A call for submissions published 01/09/2015

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Let’s practise a bit of cultural decentering. I’m very keen on reading outstanding critical submissions that deal with Global South cultures. 3:AM Magazine is an excellent space and I want to use it to create connections that might help erode notions of centres and peripheries. Fuck centres and peripheries, what we need is a bit of cross-contamination, […]

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The Missing Links published 02/08/2015

Encountering otherness with Merleau-Ponty. * Against happiness. * Devaluing the dirty war by Adam Thirlwell. * “When we go out of our mind, where do we go?”: on dementia and the arts. * Launch of Darran Anderson‘s Imaginary Cities. * How Flaubert changed literature. * Worrying — a cultural history. * Dustin O’Halloran on his […]

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Reviews – A call for pitches / submissions published 14/07/2015

3:AM Magazine seeks pitches and submissions of high quality literary criticism in all its forms.

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Fiction – A call for submissions published 12/07/2015

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“3:AM is opening fiction submissions for a short period. I’m looking for innovative, or formally challenging new writing. The opening date is today: 13th July 2015, and the closing date/time is midnight on 31st July (GMT).”

Joanna Walsh, Fiction Editor

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