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In Memoriam: Peter Kivy (1934-2017) published 07/05/2017

Peter Kivy was a leading figure in aesthetics and taught for many years at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, where he was emeritus. He was interviewed as part of the End Times series for at 3:AM An extract: ‘But, lo and behold, when we enter the realm of philosophy of literature, we discover that we do […]

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Know Your Place: Essays on the Working Class by the Working Class published 05/05/2017

Know Your Place: Essays on the Working Class by the Working Class is crowdfunding on Kickstarter now. In less than three days it has overtaken the halfway mark of Dead Ink’s target. The book asks various working class writers to reflect on aspects of their lived experience as it relates to the UK’s class system. […]

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3:AM / Facebook published

We’ve started to spread the word and so it’s of course worth mentioning here that 3:AM Magazine is back on Facebook. Visit our page, like it, comment, tell us what you think of us, share our content, whatever – do your worst.

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Four By Four Interviews on Aesthetics published 09/04/2017

Four Interviews on Aesthetics The four interviews collected in this volume were done in an attempt to understand the value of art and to foreground its importance. four by three magazine editors Christine Jakobson and Bernard Hay have spoken with leading philosophers Paul Guyer and Andrew Bowie, as well as with Palme d’Or winning director […]

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Fiction Submissions Open published 21/03/2017

For a limited time, 3:AM is pleased to welcome submissions of fiction and prose for online publication.

The editors share a particular interest in writing that is linguistically and formally experimental. We value the bold, the considered and the deft.

The window for submissions begins today March 21st 2017 and will remain open for four weeks: the closing date for submissions is April 21st 2017 (GMT). Any work sent after midnight on this date will not be considered.

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English PEN Modern Literature Festival published 06/03/2017

The 2nd English PEN Modern Literature Festival: 30 writers, poets, novelists, playwrights and artists come together to continue English PEN’s relationship with innovative contemporary literature over one extraordinary day. The writers will present brand new poetry, text, reportage & performance, each celebrating and evidencing the struggle of a fellow writer from around the world, currently […]

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Les P’tites Femmes De Soho published 27/02/2017

17th of March to 30th of April 2017 WE ARE CUTS, a Soho institution since 1984, at 33A Dean St, proudly presents LES P’TITES FEMMES DE SOHO THE PERFECT ESCAPADE an art show by Anne Pigalle We live in a time where the ruling elite and the landowners, who own the urban spaces, and only […]

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Derek Parfit RIP 1942-2017 published 04/01/2017

A philosopher’s philosopher, very influential and impressive. His argument regarding the unimportance of personal identity led to these reflections: ‘When I believed [that personal identity is what matters], I seemed imprisoned in myself. My life seemed like a glass tunnel, through which I was moving faster every year, and at the end of which there […]

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Top Reads of 2016: Hestia Peppe published 27/12/2016

The task of describing one’s or indeed any one experience of reading in 2016 is daunting. It’s daunting because, in a lifetime of heavy reading I don’t think there’s been a year when I read more. When I say reading I am aware now that to speak only of reading literature or even words is […]

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