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Fiction submissions now open published 04/10/2016

  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 4 October 2016 and will remain open for four weeks: […]

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Roll Over Atlantic by John Agard published 01/10/2016

Crosspath Theatre with Tilt presents Roll Over Atlantic Written and Performed by John Agard One of Britain’s foremost cross-cultural voices and winner of the Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry, Caribbean-British poet John Agard performs a quirky reimagining of the notorious voyage of Christopher Columbus. UK Touring Oct 2016 – May 2017 LIMITED PRESS TICKETS AVAILABLE: […]

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Monsanto on Trial: London published

OCT 07 Monsanto on trial: London by Global Justice Now Free Fri 7 October 2016, 18:30 – 21:30 Event Information DESCRIPTION This October, seed and pesticide corporation Monsanto is facing an international court in The Hague. While this is just a symbolic people’s court, the witnesses and judges are real. They have been called because […]

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Jimmy Cauty Riot In A Jam Jar published

Jimmy Cauty Riot In A Jam Jar at Modern Panic Newspeak House, 133-135 Bethnal Green Road 6th – 14th October More details on the Modern Panic website

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Billy Childish at Frieze published

Billy Childish at Frieze London with Carl Freedman Gallery Booth B18 Regent’s Park 6th – 9th October More details on the Frieze website

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EVENT: Ben Lerner at the RCA published

Ben Lerner at the RCA

At 18.30 on Monday 10 October, Hatred of Poetry author Ben Lerner makes a rare London appearance at the Royal College of Art’s Kensington campus.

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NY Art Book Fair Events: The Classroom Maija Timonen And Lizzie Homersham published 10/09/2016

SUNDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER 1–2PM ‘There is a certain economy to relationships, one reflected in the language that often surrounds talking about them. Lets call it emonomics. People talk about “investing” in relationships, cutting their losses, also the word “value” (multifaceted as it is) features heavily in all sorts of self-helpish communications. When people consider their […]

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Turning Blue published 07/09/2016

Benjamin Myers has made a short film to accompany his new novel Turning Blue. Described by author Cathi Unsworth as “a queasily compulsive evocation of a wild and brutal Yorkshire landscape, informed and haunted in equal measure by the shades of Jimmy Savile and his monstrous deeds and the East Riding’s lost boy of crime […]

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EVENT: Lital Khaikin, Camilo Roldán & JD Larson at Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop published 04/09/2016

Black Sun Lit and Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop present Lital Khaikin, Camilo Roldán & JD Larson.

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Will Carruthers: in conversation published 02/09/2016

Rough Trade East, London E1 Wednesday September 21, 7:00pm In support of his forthcoming memoir, Playing The Bass With Three Hands, published by Faber & Faber on September 1st, author Will Carruthers will be appearing in conversation about his chequered career, which has frequently veered from the sublime to the ridiculous and rarely lacking a […]

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