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Enemies published 04/11/2013

Penned in the Margins have just brought out a new book by SJ Fowler, 3:AM‘s extraordinary poetry editor. Iain Sinclair lui-même describes Enemies as an “overwhelming assault. The geography is unnerving, almost familiar, then stinging in its estrangement. Intensity crackles. Tension teases. At what point does collision become collaboration? When do the bandages come off?” [...]

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Hob Broun reissued at last! published 29/10/2013

Wonderful news: Open Road Media have just reissued Odditorium, Inner Tube, and Cardinal Numbers, by the brilliant (and neglected) American author Hob Broun. From Open Road’s website: “Hob Broun was the son of Heywood Hale Broun and the grandson of Heywood Broun, the newspaper columnist. After publishing his first novel, Odditorium, Broun underwent a spinal surgery that saved [...]

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Lola Film Journal published 26/10/2013

The fourth issue of this wonderful film journal, edited by Adrian Martin and Girish Shambu, is now out. There are four pieces dedicated to the cinema of Brian DePalma, a great article called ‘The Cinema of Compassion by Amelie Hastie, where she mixes the words of Virginia Woolf, Gaston Bachelard, and herself with the images [...]

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The Missing Links published 24/10/2013

When Mallarmé reimagined the book. * A review of Meillassoux‘s The Number and the Siren. * The young William Gaddis. * Congratulations to our friend Benjamin Myers, who has landed the inaugural Gordon Burn prize. * What Gordon Burn taught Benjamin Myers. * Travis Jeppesen to read his new novel The Suiciders in its entirety [...]

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Introducing Centre 21 published 22/10/2013

The first decade of the new millennium witnessed a range of exciting developments in contemporary writings in English. From innovations in recognised forms such as the novel, poem, play and short story to developments in digital writings, creative writings and genres. Alongside these developments, the publishing industry also changed, with technological advances giving rise to [...]

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Where We Know, We Cannot Act published 14/10/2013

Tom McCarthy (above) will be talking Hamlet — re-enactment, inauthenticity, and violence — with Simon Critchley and Jamieson Weber at Tate Modern on Saturday 19th October: From the illusion of theatre and the spectacle of statecraft to the psychological theatre of inhibition and emotion, The Hamlet Doctrine explores the continued relevance of Shakespeare’s finest play [...]

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The Missing Links published 13/10/2013

Ten books about nothing. * Anne Carson‘s “Short Talk on the Withness of the Body“. Video here. * An interview with Chris Petit. * On Douglas Glover‘s Savage Love. * John Banville on Kafka. * Franz Kafka — the animated film. * Adam Thirlwell on Danilo Kis. * Philip Chevron R.I.P. More here. * Nothing [...]

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The Missing Links published 06/10/2013

Derrida — the 2002 documentary. * The false memory archive. * The score for John Cage‘s 4’33″. * What is nothing? * All roads lead to Nowhere. * Books and labyrinths. * Lars Iyer interviewed: “the time for literary novels is over”. * Opium and croissants. * The case against the global novel. * Stewart [...]

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Suicide Bridge published 05/10/2013

BOWEN, HIS JOURNEY Bowen the Flea, under Gemini; under blanket, hides his face from the whips of the Sun. Everyday he thought of money, his conscience, between a closed self and this interpretation of the World. Everynight he lost his dream. And feared the stench. Bowen, disguised as icy Muscat, out of deep Arabia, into [...]

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Free Market Brigandage published 01/10/2013

3:AM‘s ever-stylish Richard Cabut at The Clash pop-up store and exhibition in London.

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