Talking Writing, Identity, and Music with Meagan Brothers

Share This! by An Interview with the author of Weird Girl and What’s His Name —Constance Renfrow In celebration of Meagan Brothers’s kick-ass reading at our 3RP Meet & Greet on April 30, we’re sitting down for a discussion with … Continue reading →

Mwa ha ha! All Your Ron Dakron Are Ours.

Share This! by An Interview with Ron Dakron —Constance Renfrow Let’s face facts. It’s still winter, no one wants to leave the subtropical climate of their apartment building, and [insert your favorite TV show here] probably just came to a … Continue reading →

“Passion and Partnership”: 3RP Featured in In-Depth article in The Villager

Share This! by Three Rooms Press co-directors Peter Carlaftes and Kat Georges were the focus of a fantastic article in the Villager written by provocative poet and performance artist Puma Perl. An excerpt: Kat and Peter make their creative partnerships … Continue reading →

New! Interview with Author Eamon Loingsigh + Tour of Irish Gang Haunts in Brooklyn

Share This! by Terence Donnellan, documentarian and TV host, just released a extraordinary interview/documentary with Eamon Loingsigh, author of the 2014 creative historical fiction release LIGHT OF THE DIDDICOY (Three Rooms Press, 978-0-9884008-9-4). The program features Loingsigh taking viewers on … Continue reading →

Playwright-Poet-Director Israel Horovitz interviewed by Russell Banks on forthcoming TRP poetry collection

Share This! by Playwright-poet and now film director Israel Horovitz recently chatted with award-winning novelist Russell Banks about HEAVEN AND OTHER POEMS, his forthcoming (and first-ever!) poetry collection on Three Rooms Press (ISBN 978-1-941110-11-9; 112 pages; $15.95, October 14, 2014). … Continue reading →

Read: Fascinating interview with Writers Afterlife author Richard Vetere

Share This! by Ever wonder what’s behind the “making of” a great novel? Now you can find out in this fascinating interview of Richard Vetere, lifelong writer and author of THE WRITERS AFTERLIFE. The in-depth probe appears in today’s edition … Continue reading →