T.A.M. is an underground print journal. Issue 1 (2015) features original works by Sara Ahmed & Sarah Franklin, Lisa Blackman, Matthew Fuller, Ruth Hoeflich, Sue Tompkins, Vanda Playford, Tahani Nadim, Jay Bernard, Sissu Tarka, Rebecca Bligh, Fay Nicholson, Peter Kirby, Ian Warner, Mirene Arsanios, Caitlin Murray, Holly Pester, Mujie Li Vesper, & Isabel Waidner. ISSN 2055-2203. Published by 8fold.
To purchase a copy at £15, please email isabelwaidneratgmaildotcom. Or purchase a copy at Tome Records at DIY Space for London.
Isabel Waidner is a writer and cultural theorist. She is the author of three books of innovative fiction, most recently Gaudy Bauble (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2017), which is currently longlisted for the Republic of Consciousness Prize for “hardcore literary fiction and gorgeous prose”. Her articles and short fictions have appeared or are forthcoming in journals including 3:AM, Berfrois, Configurations, The Happy Hypocrite, The Quietus and Minor Literature[s]. She is also the editor of Liberating the Canon: An Anthology of Innovative Writing (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2018) which explores the relationship between identity, intersectionality and innovation in literature. As part of the indie band Klang, Waidner released records on UK labels Rough Trade (2003) and Blast First (2004). She is a lecturer in English and Creative Writing at Roehampton University, London, UK.