October 13th Crime Plus Music West Coast Launch at Book Soup

Share This! by On October 13th, 2016, Three Rooms Press and Book Soup are so excited to present the official West Coast Launch of Crime Plus Music, a thrilling anthology of stories of murder, mystery, and mayhem all with their own distinct … Continue reading →

October 7th Exile on Bridge Street Launch at Cornelia Street Cafe

Share This! by On Friday, October 7th, Three Rooms Press and Cornelia Street Cafe is thrilled to present the official New York City Launch of Eamon Loingsigh’s anticipated novel, Exile on Bridge Street. Join author, Eamon Loingsigh, and special guest … Continue reading →

October 5th Crime Plus Music Launch at The Mysterious Bookshop

Share This! by On Wednesday, October 5th, Three Rooms Press and The Mysterious Bookshop are proud to announce the official launch of Crime Plus Music, a new anthology of stories that blend mystery and music together to create a truly unique … Continue reading →

08/04/16 An Evening with Israel Horovitz in Gloucester, MA

Share This! by Three Rooms Press presents An Evening with Israel Horovitz Playwright, film director, & poet with very special guest Paula Plum Award-winning actress Celebrating the release of MY OLD LADY: Complete Stage Play and Screenplay with an Essay on Adaptation … Continue reading →

07/31/16 Dada on the Hudson–Disruptive Performance Event in Barrytown

Share This! by Three Rooms Press presents DADA ON THE HUDSON A Highly Eclectic Performance Event Hell-Bent on Blowing Minds  Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Dada Movement plus the Hudson Valley launch of MAINTENANT 10: Journal of Contemporary Dada … Continue reading →

061416: Bay Area Launch for BAD by James Carr at Diesel Bookstore, Larkspur

Share This! by Three Rooms Press and Diesel, A Bookstore: Larkspur present an evening of reading and storytelling at the Bay Area launch of BAD: The Autobiography of James Carr the harrowing, brutal, and unapologetic 1972 memoir by the notorious African-American … Continue reading →