02/07: NAKED BURROUGHS: 100 Year Tribute to William S. Burroughs feat. PENNY ARCADE

Share This! by Three Rooms Press presents NAKED BURROUGHS: A 100 Year celebration of Beat icon and postmodern trailblazer William S. Burroughs on Friday, February 7, at Cornelia Street Cafe. The event will be highlighted by tribute readings and discussions … Continue reading →

Rave Review by Pub Weekly for Vetere’s The Writers Afterlife

Share This! by The Writers Afterlife, a masterful and moving novel by Richard Vetere, is the second forthcoming Three Rooms Press book to garner rave reviews in the month of January from pre-publication industry bible Publishers Weekly: “In this utterly unique … Continue reading →

1/3/2014: 7th Annual NYC Charles Bukowski Memorial Reading

Share This! by Three Rooms Press presents THE MONTHLY at Cornelia Street Cafe The 7th Annual NYC Charles Bukowski Memorial Reading Friday, January 3, 2014, 6 pm | Cornelia St. Cafe Featuring readings of Bukowski’s work by Mike Daisey | … Continue reading →

TRP Contributor Giovanni Fontana to speak at 50th Anniversary of Gruppo 63

Share This! by   Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding Italian avant grade literary movement Gruppo 63. Featuring Three Rooms Press contributor Giovanni Fontana, along with leading literary figures Francesco Muzzioli, Nanni Balestrini, Lamberto Pignotti, Carla Vasio, Antonio Poce, and Ivano Capocciama plus music … Continue reading →

Dec 6: Three Rooms Press Annual Prose! Poetry! Party at Cornelia St. Cafe NYC

Share This! by Since ancient times, everyone knows that the best things in come in Threes (think: The Three Stooges!). In honor of the old maxim “omen trim perfectum”, we present three sets of three superb writers recently, or about … Continue reading →

Nov. 22: Grant Hart, Exene Cervenka, Charles Plymell, Legs McNeil headline JFK/NYC/OMG Conspiracy Event

Share This! by On the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of JFK, Three Rooms Press presents “JFK/NYC/OMG,” an examination of conspiracies on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy. Speakers include musician-philosopher Grant Hart, poet-novelist-publisher Charles Plymell, musician-writer-conspiracy … Continue reading →