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3:AM Podcast: Wayne Gooderham published 08/12/2012

“You can view this as a short letter with three hundred pages attached.” For the last 10 years freelance writer Wayne Gooderham has been collecting second-hand books as much for the dedications they contain as the literature itself. On the occasion of the exhibition of his collection at Foyles in London, Wayne talks to 3:AM Magazine about some of his favourites.

Series curated by Adam Biles.

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3:AM Podcast: Céline published 06/12/2012

Louis-Ferdinand Céline was the pen name of Louis Ferdinand Destouches. He was a French novelist, pamphleteer and physician. He is best known for his novels Journey to the End of the Night and Death on Credit, obscene, frightening and comic masterpieces that changed the face of 20th century literature. Gerard Connolly, librarian and scholar takes 3:AM Magazine on a tour of some of the Parisian locations important to Céline’s life and work.

Series curated by Adam Biles.

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3:AM Podcast: Jim Haynes published 17/09/2012

Godfather of the counter-cultural underground, Jim Haynes talks to 3:AM about his childhood in Louisiana and Venezuela, opening the UK’s first paperback bookstore, his friendship with Henry Miller, the legendary 1962 International Writers Conference, London in the Sixties, hanging out with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, the demystification of sexuality and art, where the sexual revolution went wrong, founding the International Times (IT), SUCK Magazine and The Wet Dream Film Festival, travelling on a World Passport, Paris and May 1968 and – if you can believe it – much more besides.

Series curated by Adam Biles.

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