Organiser: Louise O’Hare.
Trustees: Doro Globus, Paul Sammut and Caroline Woodley.
Three Letter Words is a charitable organisation dedicated to engaging wider publics with art through modes of distribution outside the gallery space. We do this through programming discursive events, commissioning artists’ dissemination projects and critical writing. Our series of essays is free to read here. We are also developing plans for an online resource that will provide direct access to the work of artists, publishers and writers, allow users to download free articles and e-books, and view a map of the artistic activity happening in their locality.
Three Letter Words are custodians of the Publish and Be Damned Public Library which contains over 2,000 publications. We have recently started the task of digitising this resource – uploading and tagging images to make this material freely accessible and easily searched online.
We encourage proposals and submissions for our online magazine. Please email info[at]threeletterwords[dot]org with a short description/ pitch and your CV. We regret to say that due to the number of emails we receive, we cannot guarantee a personal response to each one.
Three Letter Words first appeared as a printed magazine, edited by Publish and Be Damned. Three Letter Words was founded by Louise O’Hare and Kate Phillimore in 2014. Jay Drinkall joined as a co-organiser 2015–2018. The organisation is currently run by Louise O’Hare.