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NOVEMBER 10 is METAMORPHOSIS DAY!

Join us to celebrate the bumper Pop issue which features winners of our Annual Competition for Poems, Stories and Art where all work takes the theme of Metamorphosis.  There will be readings, discussion, prize-giving and beer at the Ambit Awards at London Fields Brewery. Join us: Register on to join the IRL event at

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ALL ABOARD THE GROOVY SHIP OCTOBER 2

THIS WEEKEND, we’re joining a collection of groovers at London’s Newington Green’s Mildmay Club. SPECIAL OFFERS INCLUDE: STANLEY DONWOOD PRINT 244 for £7.50 PRINT SUBSCRIPTION with 244, Ambit Pop 243, a vintage edition AND a year of subscriptions. PLUS SPECIAL RARE COLLECTIBLES Also, the Stephen Barrett designed posters of editor,

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ANNUAL AMBIT COMPETITION WINNERS 2021

Our deepest thanks to all of you who sent work our way and spent time considering how best to approach the Annual Ambit Competition for 2021, which took the theme of METAMORPHOSIS.  As ever, we were fortunately overwhelmed with entries, and can only share disappointment to those that contributed and

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Ambit Radio

Ambit old school discuss design culture with Stephen Barrett, & Michael Salu. Michael Foreman – the art director of Ambit

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Wound-i-stan

by Suhrab Sirat (translated by Aviva Dautch) We’re sharing this translation for Refugee Week 2021, where the UN approximate at

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Show – Off

Show – Off mobilises sculptures, paintings, drawings and performances. A procession of art works arrive sequentially in front of a seated

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Mixed Tapes

(Mixed Tapes is an introductory series to Art Fictions recorded in lockdown with variations in audio quality.) Ambit are delighted

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Pecker

A short story by SP Hannaway A ticking hour, he’s stood here.   Is it?   Longer?   The door hasn’t budged. Jib’s

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Hayworth

A poem by Mary Ruefle Literature is steep,changeable, and solitary –like this day, there isa tomb, a debt, a crumb,and

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Fine Details

Milly Peck’s sculptures, installations and paintings are often cropped scenes of everyday narratives and familiar objects. There is a theatrical

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Herb Garden

A short story by Rosalind Brown He has been delivered here and smashedinto the grass. His ears are full ofunderground

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The Dead

A short story by Maria Sabaye Moghaddam At the south end of Rastegan, a small town at the foothills of

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A poem by Mary Jean Chan My mother lays the table with chopsticks & ceramic spoons, expects you to fail at

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Lamping

A short story by Noel O’Regan I switch on the lamp and a sudden harvest of blue eyeshine appears in

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The Design

A short story by John Sladek ANDREWS is to write a biography of Bruggs, the famous designer of bridges. Logically,

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