Interpreter's House

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Interpreter's House

Post by Macavity » Tue Sep 25, 2018 8:19 pm

Since June 2018, it has been under the stewardship of Georgi Gill, assisted by Andrew Wells. We publish three times a year in February, June, and October. Now an online magazine, all content under the new editorship will be free and accessible, as are submissions to the magazine.
Well, that has surprised me. I've seen the demise of a few ezines over the last couple of years. Interesting to see that the assistant editor includes 3:AM mag in their bio.

https://theinterpretershouse.org/new-page/

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Post by Firebird » Sat Sep 29, 2018 7:30 pm

3.AM mag is one of the top online literary, arts, alternative ideas mags in the world. It get over 300,000 hits per month. It is hugely influencial in terms of the articles it publishes about aethetics and philosophy, and also publishes cutting edge, often highly experiment poetry. (Take a look: https://www.3ammagazine.com/3am/duos15/ ) I’d be happy to have 3.AM mag in my publishing bio.

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Re: Interpreter's House

Post by Macavity » Sat Sep 29, 2018 8:05 pm

also publishes cutting edge, often highly experiment poetry
Exactly. That was my point Tristan.

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Re: Interpreter's House

Post by Firebird » Sat Sep 29, 2018 9:19 pm

Sorry Mac, what you meant is clear now.

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Re: Interpreter's House

Post by Antcliff » Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:06 pm

It has shifted a generation in the new editor, Georgi Gill...and is now perhaps slightly more on the experimental end of things. It shifted to Scotland under the old editor and has stayed in the new hands. I will miss the old print mag, which I always thought of as being very good. Still, brave new world. The site is very nicely organised.
We fray into the future, rarely wrought
Save in the tapestries of afterthought.
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