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Three Rooms Press is a fierce New York-based independent publisher inspired by dada, punk, and passion. Founded in 1993, it serves as a leading independent publisher of cut-the-edge creative, including fiction, memoir, poetry translations, drama and art. In addition, Three Rooms Press produces and promotes a variety of literary and cultural events worldwide, including readings, plays, workshops, and concerts. Three Rooms Press books are distributed in North America and internationally by Publishers Group West.

DON’T HIDE THE MADNESS: William S. Burroughs in Conversation with Allen Ginsberg

edited by Steven Taylor

Don’t Hide the Madness

“A tangible, tender, and totally engaging tour de force, and balm for the dystopic time we’re caught in.”Anne Waldman, feminist, activist, poet, Fast Talking Women

“Invaluable to scholars and avid readers who yearn to understand the original Beats.”Rain Taxi

“A must-have resource for beat aficionados.”Publishers Weekly

“A deeply personal and beautiful book. . . . Refreshing and fun.Beatdom

“Devotees of these Beat Generation icons will find these conversations between longtime friends both entertaining and revealing.”Library Journal

“A conversation loaded with details, ideas, analyses, and a profound understanding of a moment in American literary history and the people who lived it.”New York Journal of Books

Burroughs. Ginsberg. A never-before-published conversation about poetry, literary influences, shamanism, punk, and peyote.
In DON’T HIDE THE MADNESS, the fathers of the Beat movement converse about deeply intimate and personal history while gathered at Burroughs’ house in Lawrence, Kansas. The conversation includes discussion of David Cronenberg’s film adaptation of Burroughs’ classic novel Naked Lunch; shamanism, including a detailed description of the shamanic exorcism of the demon Burroughs believes forced him to kill his common-law wife in 1951; literary associates, influences, techniques, and insights; punk rock’s contributions to counterculture lore; and more.

With the current political landscape mirroring many aspects of the early Beat period, DON’T HIDE THE MADNESS is particularly timely. Interest in both authors’ work is on the rise. Many consider these legendary icons’ perspectives to particularly prophetic. READ MORE

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by Julia Watts

by Julia Watts

“QUIVER is an amazing, heartfelt book with a powerful lesson to share. Nearly all young adults feel judged or excluded at some point in their lives; this story will help anyone, no matter their situation, see that acceptance is possible.” —Foreword Reviews, starred review

“A wonderful story of friendship…For anyone who has felt “different,” Watts’s novel will be ultimately relatable.” —VOYA Magazine, Perfect 10 Rating

“Sympathetic and believable.” —Publishers Weekly

“This just may be the perfect book for our times, when acknowledgement of common ground and empathy are sorely needed.” —New York Journal of Books

“[A] story about families and the difference between love and obedience. . . . Thoughtful.” —School Library Journal

“HIGHLY Recommend. This is the type of book that can make magic happen: it can open minds and challenge viewpoints through the unfolding of a truly beautiful story.” —Amy Christine Parker, author, Gated

Set in rural Tennessee, QUIVER, by LAMBDA Award-winning author Julia Watts, is a brilliant YA novel that focuses on the unlikely friendship between two teens from opposite sides of the culture wars. 

Libby is the oldest child of six, going on seven, in a family that adheres to the “quiverfull” lifestyle: strict evangelical Christians who believe that they should have as many children as God allows because children are like arrows in the quiver of “God’s righteous warriors.” Meanwhile, her new neighbor, Zo is a gender fluid teen whose feminist, socialist, vegetarian family recently relocated from the city in search of a less stressful life.

Zo and hir family are as far to the left ideologically as Libby’s family is to the right, and yet Libby and Zo, who are the same age, feel a connection that leads them to friendship—a friendship that seems doomed from the start because of their families’ differences. READ MORE

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TIME AND TIME AGAIN: 16 Trips in Time

by Robert Silverberg

Time and Time Again
by Robert Silverberg

“Robert Silverberg is our best . . . Time and time again he has expanded the parameters of science fiction.” —The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fictions/span>

“One of science fiction’s modern masters . . . His words and his work have shaped the whole direction of the field.” —Chicago Sun-Times

“Done Silverberg’s way, science fiction is a fine art.” —Associated Press

“The John Updike of science fiction.” —The New York Times Book Review



Beloved sci-fi Grand Master Robert Silverberg collects all his best time travel fiction in one place, with new introductions detailing the back story behind each tale.

TIME AND TIME AGAIN: Sixteen Trips in Time by beloved science fiction Grand Master ROBERT SILVERBERG presents of all his best time travel fiction in one stunning collection. Silverberg introduces this new collection with a new essay praising early sci-fi icons that left a lasting impression on him as a young boy and launched his sixty-year voyage in time travel fiction. Over the course of his career, Silverberg expanded time travel’s incredible world of freedom and mystery and delivered imaginative and intriguing stories that are hailed globally.  READ MORE

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FLORIDA HAPPENS: Tales of Mystery, Mayhem, and Suspense from the Sunshine State

edited by Greg Herren

Florida Happens
edited by Greg Herren

“When it comes to Florida, no crime is too unusual and no criminal too peculiar to be impossible. Florida is the one state where fiction has to catch up to the headlines, and the contributors to FLORIDA HAPPENS: Tales of Murder, Mayhem, and Suspense from The Sunshine State do not hold back!



The brightest stars in mystery writing take on Florida—the state where no crime is too unusual and no criminal too peculiar to be impossible—in this anthology offering stories of pristine white sands and palm trees, snowbirds and theme parks, mangroves and manatees, pirates and policemen—from the redneck Riviera to the southernmost point of the United States.

Edited by award-winning author/editor Greg Herren, with an introduction by New York Times bestselling author Tim Dorsey, FLORIDA HAPPENS (The Bouchercon 2018 Anthology) is jam-packed with stories from top authors, including the legendary John D. MacDonald and Lawrence Block, plus fresh new fiction from bestselling mystery authors Susanna Calkins, Alex Segura, Brendan DuBois, Hilary Davidson, Reed Farrel Coleman, and Craig Pittman, and more. READ MORE

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A Tale for a Mid-Winter Night

by William Least Heat-Moon

Celestial Mechanics

Celestial Mechanics

“Imaginative work about a man’s quest for true connection.” —Foreword Reviews

“In his fiction debut, Heat-Moon (Blue Highways) stages philosophical and spiritual debates in an elegant story of one man’s search for meaning in the cosmos. . . . This thought-provoking novel is rife with relatable and complex musings.” —Publishers Weekly

“An erudite, sophisticated, inherently engaging, and unfailingly entertaining read from beginning to end.” —Midwest Book Review

“A travelogue of the spirit.” —The Proximal Eye

“Darkly ethereal and engaging reading. …wrestles with profound ideas of contemporary urgency and significance.” —University of Toledo Digital Review

“The author of the best-selling travel memoir Blue Highways makes his fiction debut with this erudite novel. …Definitely for fans of philosophical novels and Least Heat-Moon’s nonfiction.” —Library Journal



In this emotional tale of haunted love, CELESTIAL MECHANICS’s Silas Fortunato finds himself locked in a marriage descending toward darkness until the arrival of his sister-in-law and soon thereafter the appearance of a witching neighbor who may or may not be alive. In ways enigmatic, ghostly, and funny, the three women draw him into the equivocal nature of dreams and reality, their influences leading Silas on a journey toward what may be light and a new belonging to something vastly beyond him.The debut novel of famed Blue Highways author William Least Heat-Moon, CELESTIAL MECHANICS embarks on a journey through the mind and wrestles with life’s major questions, like the nature of the Cosmos, the value of knowledge, and the essence of truly being alive. READ MORE

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DOWNDRIFT: an eco-fiction

by Johanna Drucker


“Wildly imaginative, laugh-out-loud funny, and ultimately heartbreaking . . . Drucker’s beautifully subtle message isn’t just for pet owners or environmentalists. It’s for all of us.” —Kirkus Reviews

“Laughing or crying, Drucker skewers the current cultural moment in a novel extrapolation of epic proportions. Taken to the furthest extreme, Downdrift is dogged by an urgent need to understand the difference between the domestic and the wild, measure it, and recalibrate its implications for survival.” —Foreword Reviews


Narrated by an Archaeon, a 3.8 billion year old species, the oldest on earth, DOWNDRIFT is a work of speculative eco-fiction that describes the impact of ecological pressures on animals that are adopting human behaviors, with droll and sometimes alarming, results. Droll, melancholic, and poetic, the tale is crammed with witty vignettes and poignant reflections on the ways the pressures on the once-natural world are accelerating mutations in behaviors among the animals.  

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Plays About Notorious Dissidents

by Kat Georges

Three Somebodies
by Kat Georges

“Far-out . . . compelling. For those who enjoy the theater of the absurd. … Brilliant in the abstract.”–Library Journal

“Three spiked drinks which will take you places you’ve never been. Tangy and dangerous.”–Dr. Larry Myers, playwright, “Jack Kerouac: Catholic”

“Kat Georges devours love, politics, memory, sex, feminism and whimsy and transforms them into a muscular poetry . . . an homage—not an imitation—to that black humor both the Surrealists and Dadaists championed.” –Ron Dakron, author, Hello Devilfish!, Hammers


THREE SOMEBODIES: Plays About Notorious Dissidents (978-1-941110-54-6; Three Rooms Press; March 2018; $19.95) by poet-playwright-designer Kat Georges offers a trio of fascinating, cutting edge plays about notorious dissidents—people who shook up the world— for better or worse, including “SCUM: The Valerie Solanas Story,” “Art Was Here,” inspired by poet-pugilist and Dada precursor Arthur Cravan, and “Jack the Rapper,” a mash-up of Jack the Ripper and T. S. Eliot. Shakespeare had his kings and princes. Georges chose royalty of the infamous variety: Valerie Solanas, author of The SCUM Manifesto, who famously shot Andy Warhol. Arthur Cravan—nephew of Oscar Wilde, wild child pugilist and poet—whose legendary antics preceded and influenced the Dada movement. Jack the Ripper as sculpted through the words of T. S. Eliot’s poem “Rhapsody on a Windy Night.” 

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Maintenant 12:

A Journal of Contemporary Dada Writing and Art

edited by Peter Carlaftes and Kat Georges

“Though people expect Dada to be silly, and sometimes it is here, it is also often political and usually poignant. . . It’s quite a smorgasbord for those who are sick and tired of it.”—Portland Book Review


The art movement known as “Dada” began in response to the horrors of World War I as a artistic rejection of logic, reason, and aesthetics of capitalist society. The movement has continued since 1915 in various disguises—Beat, Pop, Punk—and it continues today, as evidenced in Three Rooms Press’ ongoing MAINTENANT contemporary dada journal series.

The new issue, MAINTENANT 12: A JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY DADA WRITING AND ART (978-1941110652, 200 pages, Three Rooms Press, June 5, 2018, $19.95), features work that explores the theme “We Are All A ‘Like.'” With the rise in social media use—and abuse—the concept of “like” has reached whole new levels. There’s the idea of an individual’s reaction to events, people, images, etc. as a reduction to “Like” or “Dislike” without need for deeper consideration. Then there is the status factor: that something which is “Liked” by the largest number of people is of value. The concept, while simple, has innumerable ways of looking at it. READ MORE

15 Stories of Conspiracy Noir

edited by Gary Phillips

The Obama Inheritance edited by Gary Phillips

The Obama Inheritance
edited by Gary Phillips

“It’s a commonplace these days to say that real life has become so unpredictable that it outstrips anything anyone could dream up in fiction. … But that was before I read The Obama Inheritance, a collection of 15 stories so sly, fresh and Bizarro World witty, they reaffirm the resiliency of the artistic imagination.”–NPR Fresh Air

“Conspiracy theories about Obama spun out to their wackiest sci-fi conclusions … Resistance takes many forms, particularly in the current political climate. Few methods of protest are as cheerfully strange and purposefully bizarre as THE OBAMA INHERITANCE.” —The Washington Post

“Truth may be stranger than fiction, but why should the conspiracists have all the fun of creating fake narratives?” –Clarence Page, The Chicago Tribune

“Fifteen authors known for genre writing, many of color, take right wing tales and transform them into their own righteous pulp. … Who thought being militant could be this fun?” —The Hard Word

“Seven New Books That Will Make You Happy You Can Read. Writers take on the racist backlash against President Barack Obama in genres as diverse as spy thriller, noir mysteries and science fiction.” —Newsweek

“High-octane creativity at work. . . . Some of these stories are laugh-out-loud funny, while others are immensely disturbing simply because you know that somewhere, someone actually believes this ridiculousness for real. That’s a humbling and horrifying thought, even as your funny bone and your common sense are entertained.” —Manhattan Book Review

“Pulp fiction for the post-Obama era.” —Booklist

“The stories are adrift with white supremacists, secret locations, strange conflicts, and subtle aliens.” —Publishers Weekly

“A mashup of genre fiction . . . imagines the consequences of white supremacist politics on American society.” —Kirkus Reviews


Noir meets diverse voices and transforms the genre into an over-the-top, transcendental psychedelic thriller ride of pulpy goodness in THE OBAMA INHERITANCE: Fifteen Stories of Conspiracy Noir (ISBN 978-1-941110-59-1, Trade Paper, 324 Pages, October 10, 2017, $19.95). The collection is curated by editor and award-winning crime novelist and activist Gary Phillips, and includes stories by Walter Mosley, Robert Silverberg, Nisi Shawl, Kate Flora, Christopher Chambers and more. In the tradition of satirical works of Swift and Twain, with nods to the likes of William S. Burroughs and Philip K. Dick, these tales contain vigilante First Ladies, Supreme Court judges who can clone themselves, gear-popping robots of doom, and races of ancient lizard people revealing their true master plan–all mashed up in the blender of fake news bots, climate change hoaxes, and outlandish spins of bizarro conspiracy theories. 

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by Robert Silverberg

with an introduction by John Scalzi

First-Person Singularities
Stories by Robert Silverberg

“Time and again, Silverberg sets the bar high for himself and then clears it. … This fine retrospective collection is worth any SF reader’s time.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Silverberg’s science fiction stands head and shoulders above other works in the genre. The short stories in FIRST-PERSON SINGULARITIES are inventive, sublime, and endlessly entertaining. … By any measure, FIRST-PERSON SINGULARITIES is grade-A reading.” —Foreword Reviews (starred review)

“One of the finest writers science fiction has ever produced, Robert Silverberg’s boundless imagination is on exquisite display in this career-spanning collection. I can say without hyperbole that this book contains some of the best works I have ever read.” —John Joseph Adams, series editor, Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy


FIRST-PERSON SINGULARITIES (978-1-941110-63-8; Trade Paper, 418 Pages, October 31, 2017; $19.95) by science fiction Grand Master ROBERT SILVERBERG features eighteen tales written over the course of his long career, all told in the first-person singular. Inspired by W. Somerset Maugham’s Six Stories Written in the First Person Singular, Silverberg takes on the challenge, offering up his own unique sci-fi twists and “running the gambit of singularity.” Each story in FIRST-PERSON SINGULARITIES offers a one-of-a-kind narrator: a dolphin feeling the pangs of love for a human being; a computer eager to convince us of its sanity; a Greek good who has surreptitiously survived into modern times; an alien visitor living in disguise in a New York City hotel. READ MORE

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Inside the New York City Underground 1972-1982

by Phil Marcade

Preface by Debbie Harry; Foreword by Legs McNeil

Punk Avenue by Phil Marcade

Punk Avenue

by Phil Marcade

A suave evocation of a lost, grittier New York. —MOJO Magazine

A must-read for all Punk Rock fans and those looking to be entertained while getting a personal look at the birth of the NYC punk movement. —The Punk Site

“A must-read for all Punk Rock fans and those looking to be entertained while getting a personal look at the birth of the NYC punk movement.” —The Punk Site

“An incredible insider’s journey through New York’s 1970’s underground music scene. . . A must-read for anyone interested in a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the nascent Manhattan punk scene . . . or American rock ‘n’ roll history.” —Pleasant Gehman, author Showgirl Confidential

“A quick, engaging read. Chock full of great anecdotes and tales of shenanigans while also adding some color and flavor to a scene that too often suffers anymore from over-analyzation and the icy, sterilizing eye of academia.” —Razorcake

“Unstoppable tales from the inside of the inside — of his pals Johnny Thunders, Joe Strummer, Debbie Harry, Dee Dee Ramone, of Max’s, CBs and the long-ago Lower East Side, all told in a matter-of-fact style that only makes them more incredible. A definitive dispatch from the trenches (and gutters) of New York punk.” —Robert Duncan, Creem



PUNK AVENUE: Inside the New York City Underground 1972-1982 is an intimate account of Paris-born author Phil Marcade’s first ten years in the United States, where—after drifting from Boston to the West Coast and back—he wound up in New York City and became deeply immersed in the start of the punk rock scene. With brilliant, often hilarious prose, Marcade relays first-hand tales of his experiences, such as having the Ramones play their very first gig at his party, working with Blondie’s Debbie Harry on French lyrics for her songs, enjoying Thanksgiving with Johnny Thunders’ mother, and starting the beloved NYC punk-blues band The Senders. Includes photos from the era, by renowned photographers including Nan Goldin, David Armstrong, Marcia Resnick, and Eileen Polk, and more. READ MORE


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A Novel

by John Marshall

The Greenfather by John Marshall

The Greenfather

by John Marshall

“A gloriously silly work in the grand tradition of mob comedy that goes all the way back to Billy Wilder’s Some Like It Hot.” —Tony Hendra, National Lampoon

“The amazing John Marshall hilariously captures ‘family’ dynamics with something I thought impossible—a brilliant new twist.” —Lizz Winstead, Co-Creator, The Daily Show



THE GREENFATHER is the hilarious debut novel from Emmy-nominated comedy writer, John S. Marshall. A shrewd satire for our times, THE GREENFATHER strikes the heart of current issues of dispute between environmentally aware, organic, green supporters and classic, conservative scofflaws of the crime family genre – all with hysterical results. Loosely based on Mario Puzo’s runaway hit The Godfather, THE GREENFATHER showcases Marshall’s comic dialogue, honed from his years as a writer for late night television. In the grand tradition of classic mob comedy, like Analyze This and Analyze That. THE GREENFATHER is packed with larger than life goons, right-hand men, Feds, and green-fanatics. THE GREENFATHER is one of the funniest books of the year, maybe decade, and will have readers busting a gut on every page.READ MORE


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A Journal of Contemporary Dada Writing and Art

edited by Peter Carlaftes and Kat Georges

Maintenant 11

“Though people expect Dada to be silly, and sometimes it is here, it is also often political and usually poignant. . . It’s quite a smorgasbord for those who are sick and tired of it.”</i?—Portland Book Review



MAINTENANT 11: A JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY DADA WRITING AND ART offers a compilation of leading Dada-influenced artists from around the world. This year’s theme, “EYE FOR A LIE,” features work that examines the concept of “fake” everything, questioning the very essence of truth in what some have labeled the “post-truth” era. When individual beliefs, motivations, and emotions are increasingly guided by online echo-chambers, lies become truths across the entire political spectrum. From an artistic perspective this presents a unique challenge, and the work in MAINTENANT 11 shows artists unraveling lies, offering “alternative” lies, and often offering multiple perspectives of a single situation to show how reality has multiple levels of truth.READ MORE


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20 Stories of Music-Themed Noir

Edited by Jim Fusilli

Crime Plus Music edited by Jim Fusilli

Crime Plus Music
edited by Jim Fusilli

“A strong lineup of talent . . . hilarious . . . raw . . . exciting.” —ALA Booklist

“Fusilli’s music-themed anthology rocks with superb solos from a number of big-name mystery writers and others who deserve to be better known. . . . Splendid compilation.” —Publishers Weekly


Modern life seems to have a soundtrack for everything. Even crime. CRIME PLUS MUSIC: Twenty Stories of Music-Themed Noir collects twenty darkly intense, music-related noir stories by world-renowned mystery authors Brendan DuBois, Alison Gaylin, Craig Johnson, David Liss, Val McDermid, Gary Phillips, Peter Robinson and, from the music world, Galadrielle Allman, author of Please Be With Me: A Song for My Father, Duane Allman and award-winning songwriter-novelist Willy Vlautin. Edited by novelist and Wall Street Journal rock and pop music critic Jim Fusilli. The lively anthology’s chilling, sinister tales tap into the span of rock and pop history, ranging from Peter Blauner’s heart-wrenching “The Last Temptation of Frankie Lymon” to Fusilli’s “Boy Wonder,” set in the world of contemporary electronic dance music; from Naomi Rand’s “The Misfits,” a punk-rock revenge saga to Mark Haskell Smith’s menacingly comedic “1968 Pelham Blue SG Jr.”; from Reed Farrel Coleman’s study of a one-hit wonder, “Look at Me/Don’t Look at Me” to Erica Wright’s account of betrayal among minor talents in “A Place You’re Likely to Find”—and many more. READ MORE


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Exile on Bridge Street

by Eamon Loingsigh

Exile on Bridge Street by Eamon Loingsigh

Exile on Bridge Street
by Eamon Loingsigh

“A century following the first and until now last great novel of the Brooklyn waterfront, Ernest Poole’s The Harbor, Eamon Loingsigh offers this gripping tale, soaked in the Irish immigrant dockworker experience and laden with real life legends from a vanished world.” ——James T. Fisher, author of On the Irish Waterfront

“In Exile on Bridge Street, Eamon Loingsigh recreates the forgotten world of Irish immigrant New York with a combination of accuracy and drama found only in the best historical fiction.” —Tyler Anbinder, professor of history, George Washington University; author, Five Points

“On the surface, Loingsigh’s book mines Brooklyn’s gory and glorious Irish past.  But it is also the quintessential read for 21st century Brooklyn.” —Irish Central 

“Loingsigh has an urgent story to tell. And he tells it well . . . Loingsigh’s great strength is his unsentimental take on the immigrant experience which—despite the rancor of today’s debate—often acquires a sepia tone when it is discussed in the past tense. EXILE ON BRIDGE STREET should be required reading for those who rail about how today’s immigrants ‘refuse to assimilate.'” —Brooklyn Rail


In 1916, teenage Irish immigrant Liam Garrity struggles to survive on his own in Brooklyn, while his family back in Ireland faces reprisals during the violence of the Easter Rising. With taut writing by a master of historical fiction, EXILE ON BRIDGE STREET relates Liam’s compelling personal story against a background of NYC’s brawling streets, Brooklyn Irish waterfront gangs, an influenza epidemic, the rest of Italian organized crime, and the start of American involvement in World War I. EXILE is part two of the Auld Irishtown trilogy, yet it can be read as a standalone book as well. READ MORE



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This Way to The End Times: Classic Tales of the Apocalypse

edited by Robert Silverberg

This Way to The End Times

This Way to The End Times

“Twenty-one exceptional tales of Earth’s devastation and humans’ inventive, and often ironically self-destructive, ways of surviving . . . These stunning stories contemplate survival while questioning whether life is worth saving.” —Publishers Weekly, STARRED Review

“With its range of contributors, this is a much needed volume that will both satisfy the high demand for apocalyptic tales and remind readers of the actual breadth and depth of this literature of the end of the world.” —ALA Booklist, Starred Review

“On the surface, Loingsigh’s book mines Brooklyn’s gory and glorious Irish past.  But it is also the quintessential read for 21st century Brooklyn.” —Irish Central 

“The variety of ways in which these stories choose to end the world offers a great deal—nightmarish, funny, lonely, or hopeful—for the imagination. Wonderfully written, surprisingly varied apocalyptic tales.” —Kirkus Reviews


THIS WAY TO THE END TIMES: Classic Tales of the Apocalypse is a gripping collection of twenty-one stories about the not-too-distant demise of the earth as we know it. Editor ROBERT SILVERBERG, one of science-fiction’s most beloved writers, handpicked each piece in the collection and includes an introduction to each story, detailing reasons for its selection and offering insight into its position in the history of apocalyptic literature. The collection includes work by Jules Verne, Ursula K. Le Guin, Connie Willis, Brian W. Aldiss, James Tiptree Jr. an more READ MORE



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BAD: The Autobiography of James Carr
with an Introduction by Gea Carr
and an Afterword by Betsy Carr

BAD: The Autobiography of James Carr

BAD: The Autobiography
of James Carr

“For those interested in prison reform, James Carr’s autobiography, BAD is a must read. His life is a testimony to the need to make fundamental changes in our system of prisons. We all will benefit if changes are made that stress education, rehabilitation and employment opportunities instead of just incarceration. Reading Carr’s autobiography forces us to think about just that.” — Jim Beall, California State Senator

“An inside look at late fifties/early sixties inner city LA street gangs . . . Learn about Carr’s lifelong friendship with Soledad Brother and prison reform leader George Jackson . . . A view inside Soledad and San Quentin that is neither romanticized nor sensationalized. . . . amazing and insightful.” Razorcake


BAD: The Autobiography of James Carr, is the harrowingly brutal and unapologetic story of the notorious African-American career criminal who went straight out of Compton to a reformatory after burning down his school at the age of 9. Originally released in 1972, BAD remains a harsh indictment of the American penal system and a primer for the seeds of institutionalized racism in this country. BAD goes where no other book has ever gone before and so did James Carr. After years in and out of prison (mostly in) Carr wound up bunking with George Jackson (Soledad Brother) in Folsom Prison where they fought their way to a position of strength along the radical stream of the 1960s. READ MORE

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Weird Girl and What’s His Name
by Meagan Brothers

Weird Girl and What's His Name

Weird Girl and What’s His Name
by Meagan Brothers

“The characters are wonderfully likable, the story is smartly written.” Booklist (Starred review)

“Transcends the LGBTQ genre… reminiscent of
Judy Bloom’s Are You There God, It’s Me, Margaret . . . It has all the makings to become a classic of this generation.”
Foreword Reviews (Starred review; IndieFAB YA Fiction Book of the Year!!)

“Say hello to one of my new benchmarks for great YA fiction. Weird Girl and What’s His Name is absolutely wonderful, heartbreaking, and utterly engaging stuff.” Manhattan Book Review

Top 17 New YA Books of October 2015 Bustle

Best 12 Books of October 2015 Brit+Co

Top 18 New YA Books of Fall 2015 BuzzFeed

Best YA Books of Fall 2015 StyleCaster

In the tiny podunk town of Hawthorne, North Carolina, seventeen-year-old geeks Lula and Rory share everything—sci-fi and fantasy fandom, Friday night binge-watching of old X-Files episodes, and that feeling that they don’t quite fit in. But then Lula discovers that Rory—her Rory, who maybe she’s secretly had feelings for—has not only tried out for the Hawthorne football team without telling her, but has also been having an affair with his middle-aged divorcee boss. With their friendship disrupted, Lula begins to question her identity and her own sexual orientation, and she runs away… READ MORE

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