3:AM magazine launches imprint

<p>Online magazine <em>3:AM</em> has launched a publishing imprint, 3:AM Press, which aims to champion new writing. </p><p>3:AM Press will not focus on publishing commercial titles, but will instead look to use the internet as a way of sourcing talent and driving sales. The first set of titles will be published by 3:AM Press in early 2010.</p><p>The magazine has editions for both Brazil and Asia and will consider new writers from different countries and help make their work available in English, as well as enabling writers from Europe and the US to gain overseas audiences. The publisher will have offices in both Paris and London. </p><p><em>3:AM</em> magazine was set up in 2000 and features fiction, interviews, critical writing and opinion columnists. Its slogan is &quot;Whatever it is, we&#39;re against it&quot;.<br /><br />Publisher Andrew Gallix said: &quot;Ten years ago, we spearheaded the online literary revolution; now we&#39;re going to help publishing catch up with what&#39;s been going on. If you&#39;re sick of what passes for literature on the three for two tables, you&#39;ll be interested in this new venture.&quot;<br /><br />The team behind the new imprint include novelist Daren King, Lee Rourke of Sage and internet publisher Paul Ewen.<br /><br /><br />&nbsp;</p>