THE OBAMA INHERITANCE: Cross-Country Events Kick Off 3RP’s Controversial New Title

Share This! by Three Rooms Press’ upcoming release, THE OBAMA INHERITANCE: 15 Stories of Conspiracy Noir, is slated to enter the world with a thrilling series of cross-country events featuring authors reading and discussing stories in the controversial title with … Continue reading →

New from Robert Silverberg–Enter to Win–Goodreads Giveaway!

Share This! by Beloved scifi Grand Master Robert Silverberg offers 18 fantastic stories–all written in the first-person singular during the course of his writing career–in FIRST-PERSON SINGULARITIES, coming October 31 on Three Rooms Press. And just read what the advance … Continue reading →

Newsweek 15 Recommended books for Fall: THE OBAMA INHERITANCE!

Share This! by NEWSWEEK just released a list of 15 recommended books for fall, and we’re pleased to report that THE OBAMA INHERITANCE: 15 Stories of Conpiracy Noir, edited by award-winning crime write Gary Phillips made the cut. Check out … Continue reading →

Gary Phillips on Conspiracy, Noir, and the Need for Humor

Share This! by An Interview with OBAMA INHERITANCE Editor GARY PHILLIPS  With THE OBAMA INHERITANCE set to release in a few short weeks, Three Rooms Press sat down with the anthology’s editor, Gary Phillips, to discuss the Trump administration, conspiracy … Continue reading →

Now thru July 15: Enter to win Robert Silverberg’s latest collection

Share This! by We’re giving away Advance copies of FIRST-PERSON SINGULARITIES, a new collection of classic tales by the legendary sci-fi Grand Master ROBERT SILVERBERG—all written in the first-person! Oh, and, by the way—the intro is by Hugo-award winning sci-fi … Continue reading →

Three Rooms Press Featured in leading industry journal Publishers Weekly

Share This! by This spring, Three Rooms Press is releasing the debut novel of bestselling author William Least Heat-Moon. It’s our first hardcover, and it’s a very big deal: Heat-Moon’s classic travel book Blue Highways was on the New York Times … Continue reading →