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Two new open calls on 3am magazine

Duos: collaborative poems written / made by two poets. There is no criteria for the poems or process. Please send a single bio and single photo for both authors. 51 more words

Tom Jenks


3:AM Magazine published my surreal short story, Irony. It’s about a boy, a girl, and some weird stuff.

Click here to check it out.


I Quit Drinking Coffee Two Months Ago

I love coffee. I love the smell of it, I love the taste of it. I love the buzz you get when you wake up in the morning and smell a cup of freshly brewed coffee. 384 more words


Tom McCarthy's Remainder: "The best French novel ever written in English"

Having finished Marilynne Robinson‘s superb Gilead last week, I am now revisiting one of the favourite novels of my adolescence: Stephen King‘s The Stand… 159 more words

Young girl beautiful: a review of surveys by natasha stagg

Another needull which is a book review! I seem to be in a literary mood this week. Surveys is a novel by Natasha Stagg which tells the story of a girl who becomes celebrity suddenly. 230 more words



Check out Joan Hawkins’s review at 3:AM Magazine. An excerpt:

“Some of the stories are long, moving gracefully between present and past lives. Some are quite short, a few pages, that operate like brief shot sequences (rather than fully fleshed out scenes) within the larger movie of the narrator’s life. 134 more words

On 2016

My reading year in review, in which I lament this awful year, is up now at 3:AM.

I’ll be burning thigh bones for the rest of December in the hope of an improved 2017.