Three Monkeys Online

A Curious, Alternative Magazine


  • Ljubljana

    Ljubljana is one of Europe's coolest capital cities, famed for its castle, beautiful bridges, vibran
  • Miss Love

    It’s a help if you can start off in good spirits to stand you in good stead. Because you don’t know what’s going to happen to you later in the game – if game is the right word to use. Things a
  • Akashic

    Akashic - new poetry from Scherezade Siobhan, as part of TMO's original fiction and poetry series.
  • Poet Susan Wicks – Between France and America

    Though many may rightfully or otherwise shirk at the idea of engaging with poetry once it ventures beyond daffodils, greasy cash registers, and cold to the touch potatoes, there have perpetually been
  • Man Booker 2015 Shortlist announced

    The six novels shortlisted for the 2015 Man Booker Prize for Fiction have been announced. The shortlisted novels are: A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James Satin Island by Tom McCarthy The
  • Franz Ferdinand rock Italy’s Home Festival

    It’s 9.00pm on a thursday evening, as Interpol take to the main stage at Home Festival, one of Italy’s newest and most promising festivals. The crowd is big, the vibe is good, and it manag
  • Flamingo Spotting in the Camargue

    The Camargue area of Provence is famous for its wild windy coast, its brine lagoons, and its reed-covered marshes. The area, Europe’s largest river delta  as the Rhone flows out into the sea, f
  • Bologna – a city for film buffs

    Bologna is a city for film buffs, as you’ll notice if you visit the city during late June / Early July when the Sotto Le Stelle Del Cinema festival runs annuallyin Piazza Maggiore. Each year a m
  • The Frames release collection and new song

    Ireland’s biggest and best cult band The Frames celebrate their 25th anniversary with a string of live shows, an album of collected songs, and – most importantly for long time fans –
  • Hollie McNish Poet

    Hollie McNish – Poet

    “I just felt a bit annoyed, nothing too deep!” Hollie Mcnish is talking about the first time she performed in front of an audience. “It was at the Poetry Café, Covent Garden, at a night called