3:AM Magazine Reborn • 25 January 2007 • The SnowBlog

3:AM Magazine Reborn


The wonderful and truly innovative 3:AM Magazine, they of the Edgier Waters anthology that Snowbooks published last summer, has just relaunched with a brand new site, and lots of new content, after over a year on a technical hiatus.

3:AM is one of the few online literary magazines that really get it right: a wide range of contributors, from the obscure to the famous, insightful and rare interviews, critical reviews, poetry that isn't awful, and extending into music and politics without losing that edge. In Buzzwords, 3:AM also has one of the most read and most interesting literary blogs on the net. If you haven't before, go check it out.  

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