Enter to Win a SIGNED Weird Girl & What’s His Name ARC!

Share This! by Can’t wait until October to read Meagan Brothers’s newest novel, Weird Girl and What’s His Name? We know you can’t, and we at Three Rooms are here to help. We’ve created a SECOND Goodreads Giveaway, so now you have another … Continue reading →

Gerard Malanga Featured on Chronogram!

Share This! by Three Rooms Gerard Malanga is the talk of Chronogram! In her stunning article “After the Factory: Chasing Gerard Malanga,” Nina Shengold discusses Malanga’s life as poet, photographer, filmmaker, translator, and so much more. Of Malanga Chasing Vallejo (3RP, October 2014) Shengold writes: … Continue reading →

The Reviews Are In: DARK CITY LIGHTS on reviewingtheevidence.com

Share This! by The reviews are in and Dark City Lights: New York Stories has been featured on reviewingtheevidence.com. Edited by famed detective and mystery writer Lawrence Block, Dark City Lights features twenty-three thrilling, hilarious and poignant short stories—all based … Continue reading →

Brilliant review of THIS IS BELGIAN CHOCOLATE in the Brooklyn Rail

Share This! by Check out the new Brooklyn Rail for an amazing review of Philip Meersman’s marvelous concrete/visual poetry collection THIS IS BELGIAN CHOCOLATE. Written by New School creative writing professor Sharon Mesmer, the review delves into the details that … Continue reading →

Stephen Spotte’s MY WATERY SELF nets rave Library Journal review

Share This! by ]MY WATERY SELF: MEMOIRS OF A MARINE SCIENTIST by Stephen Spotte netted an outstanding review in LIBRARY JOURNAL, the library industry’s gold standard for book rating of upcoming titles. Review Talea Anderson praised Spotte’s writing, noting: “Spotte … Continue reading →

Astounding Review of ANTI Premier!

Share This! by Monday, February 23rd, Three Rooms Press was “the blazing fireplace in the center of an arctic night in the West Village” as we put on our one-night only performance of “Anti,” by 3RP co-director Peter Carlaftes. Ann Firestone … Continue reading →

Super Rave review of LIGHT OF THE DIDDICOY by Eamon Loingsigh on NewWorldReview

Share This! by “It’s high time for a new and boldly authentic Irish-American voice in literature, and that voice belongs to Eamon Loingsigh.” So begins an incredible M.J. Moore review of the magnificent 2014 book LIGHT OF THE DIDDICOY by … Continue reading →