Three Monkeys Online

A Curious, Alternative Magazine


  • Ljubljana

    Ljubljana is one of Europe's coolest capital cities, famed for its castle, beautiful bridges, vibran
  • Neil Gaiman’s American Gods for TV

    Neil Gaiman fans will be excited by the news that his hugely succesful and much-loved 2001 novel American Gods has been greenlighted for a TV adaptation by the American network Starz (makers of both S
  • Elena Ferrante and the Premio Strega

    Elena Ferrante’s novel The Story of the Lost Child, the fourth and final novel in her Neopolitan series, has made the final five shortlist for Italy’s Premio Strega prize – and not w
  • Jim Crace wins IMPAC Dublin Literary award

    Jim Crace’s Harvest Wins the 2015 IMPAC Dublin Literary Award

    Jim Crace’s novel Harvest has won the 2015 IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the world’s largest prize for a single novel. Previous winning novelists have included Juan Gabriel Vásquez, Kevi
  • Mambo – Bologna’s Modern Art Museum

    Bologna has a thriving cultural life, and one of its centerpieces is Mambo (Museo Art Moderna di Bologna), a wonderful art museum with temporary and permanent exhbitions, situated in Via Don Giovanni
  • The Museum for the Memory of the Victims of Ustica, Bologna

    Museum for the memory of Ustica – Bologna

    Bologna’s Museum for the Memory Of Ustica sounds like a mouthful, but in actual fact it’s a stunning museum, tucked away in a park in the city’s Bolognina zone (a 10-15 minute walk f
  • I Dreamed I Met Your Daughter in New Zealand

    A poem by John Doyle, as part of TMO's Original Fiction and Poetry section.
  • NIgel Farage, the immigration debate and Dracula

    Farage’s Neighbours. Calling the Count to Account.

    Crossing Europe by train last summer, it was only on arrival in Romania that I realised we had unwittingly followed the very route (Paris-Munich-Budapest) taken by Jonathan Harker, the young solicitor
  • The County of Rain

    The County of Rain Lush and glistening, strands of rubies used to spill from the thrush’s throat; but now the dew will dry before the sun rises, and we endure a thirsty cinder, and then a choking, b
  • The Last Toy

    The Last Toy That small, wooden train engine remains on your dresser, crowded by crumpled bills, covered by a black dress sock; the rest lies packed, entangled in its tracks beneath the snapped, abidi