Lisa Panepinto’s ON THIS BORROWED BIKE reviewed in WSU magazine

Share This! by Poet Lisa Panepinto‘s collection ON THIS BORROWED BIKE received a well-deserved rave review from Larry Clark in the February issue of Washington State Magazine. Says Clark: Rivers flow through the poems in Panepinto’s slim volume. They whisper … Continue reading →

New striking, rave review of RAISING GIRLS IN BOHEMIA in Washington Independent Review of Books

Share This! by Today’s Washington Independent Review of Books has an in-depth, striking and extremely insightful rave review by Dana Norris of Richard Katrovas’ RAISING GIRLS IN BOHEMIA: MEDITATIONS OF AN AMERICAN FATHER (978-1-941110-06-5, Three Rooms Press, October 2014). Reviewer … Continue reading →

Foreword Reviews unleashes major rave for SWING STATE by Michael T. Fournier

Share This! by Michael T. Fournier’s neo-classic novel of hard lives in rural New Hampshire garnered a major boost today in the new issue FOREWORD REVIEWS, in a killer review by Sheila M. Trask. Here are just a couple of … Continue reading →

SF Book Review Raves about RAISING GIRLS IN BOHEMIA by Richard Katrovas

Share This! by Richard Katrovas’ remarkable “memoir in essays,” RAISING GIRLS IN BOHEMIA, received more critical praise today from the San Francisco Book Review, in a rave critique by Kasey Beduhn. The complete review is available here. “Katrovas’ memoir in … Continue reading →

Superb feature on the trailblazing poetic work of This Is Belgian Chocolate author Philip Meersman

Share This! by The work of Philip Meersman, whose splendid new Three Rooms Press book, This Is Belgian Chocolate is due to be released November 11, is revealed in depth in a superb feature article in the new issue of … Continue reading →

New Ginosko Literary Journal Offers Superb Review of Janet Hamill’s Tales from the Eternal Cafe

Share This! by The most recent issue of Ginosko Literary Journal includes a superb review of Janet Hamill’s excellent short story collection, Tales from the Eternal Café. The review penned by poet and literary critic Diane Manister In her insightful … Continue reading →