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The name of our press came from a line in Harold Pinter's play, "The Homecoming."

Three Rooms Press is a fiercely independent New York-based publisher inspired by dada, punk, and passion. Founded in 1994 by editors Peter Carlaftes and Kat Georges, Three Rooms Press serves as a leading independent publisher of diverse, cut-the-edge creative, including fiction, memoir, biography, young adult, LGBTQ fiction and nonfiction, and fiction and nonfiction by underrepresented voices in the literary world. 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 by PGW / Ingram.

To find out more about our history, check out this article in Publishers Weekly.

Contact info

Phone
+1.212.731.0574; 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST

Mailing address
Three Rooms Press
243 Bleecker Street, #3
New York, NY 10014
NOTE: Do not submit queries or manuscripts to this address. All queries or manuscripts must be submitted electronically, as discussed in our Submission Guidelines. Any queries or manuscripts submitted to this address will be discarded, as will any unrequested solicitation.

Bookstore and Library Orders: USA, Canada, and Global 

Publishers Group West / Ingram Content Group
1700 Fourth Street
Berkeley, California 94710
Phone 510-809-3700
Fax 510-809-3777
http://ingramcontent.com | info@ingramcontent.com

UK and Translation Rights

Most Three Rooms Press books are available for UK and translation rights. For UK and translation rights, please contact Kat Georges at kat.georges@threeroomspress.com

Subsidiary Rights

For subsidiary rights to any Three Rooms Press title, including film, radio, audio, television and more, please contact Peter Carlaftes at peter@threeroomspress.com.

Academic  Orders

Desk copies are available for any book that has been assigned as a primary (not “suggested”) text in a scheduled class for the current or following term and is on order with a bookstore. A complimentary desk copy is provided with the understanding that 15 or more copies of the book will be bought by students in the course.

To request a desk copy, please e-mail the request to: info@threeroomspress.com

Please attach a scanned copy of your institution’s letterhead or a standard desk-copy request form, making certain to include your e-mail address, name, title, and position; the name and number of the course in which  the book has been assigned; how many copies of the book have been ordered; on what date; and from which bookstore.

Subscription Information

Three Rooms Press has a monthly newsletter with details on upcoming titles, author interviews, events, and insight. To subscribe, please write to us at info@threeroomspress.com. You can also subscribe to our website using the form at the top right corner of any page. You’ll be kept up to date on new releases and upcoming events.

Submission Guidelines

Submission guidelines: http://threeroomspress.com/submit/

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Book Our Authors

Our authors love to present their work in bookstores, libraries, theaters, museums, and at book club events and conferences. To book any Three Rooms Press author for a reading or lecture, please send a note to at least three months in advance to info@threeroomspress.com. Describe what you need, provide a range of available dates and briefly tell us about your organization.

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