07/31/16 Dada on the Hudson–Disruptive Performance Event in Barrytown

Share This! by Three Rooms Press presents DADA ON THE HUDSON A Highly Eclectic Performance Event Hell-Bent on Blowing Minds  Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Dada Movement plus the Hudson Valley launch of MAINTENANT 10: Journal of Contemporary Dada … Continue reading →

061416: Bay Area Launch for BAD by James Carr at Diesel Bookstore, Larkspur

Share This! by Three Rooms Press and Diesel, A Bookstore: Larkspur present an evening of reading and storytelling at the Bay Area launch of BAD: The Autobiography of James Carr the harrowing, brutal, and unapologetic 1972 memoir by the notorious African-American … Continue reading →

060416-060516: Take a Master Class with an internationally-renowned poet, novelist, or memoirist at Czech Center New York

Share This! by Writers seeking to hone their craft are invited to study with renowned poets, novelists and memoirists at a two-day PSP-in-NYC symposium June 4-5, in the beautifully-renovated Czech Center New York. The symposium will feature intimate master classes, … Continue reading →

062016: Celebrate Dada’s 100th Anniversary with Disruptive Performance at Cornelia Street Cafe

Share This! by Prepare for an evening of disruptive, challenging and controversial art and writing as Three Rooms Press celebrates the 100th Anniversary of DADA with its ninth annual DADA salon at Cornelia Street Cafe, Monday, June 20, 8:30 pm. … Continue reading →

060716: DADA! Maintenant 10 Launch & 100th Anniversary of DADA Celebration at Le Poisson Rouge NYC

Share This! by Prepare for an evening of incredibly provocative, eclectic art and performance on as Three Rooms Press presents the NYC Launch of MAINTENANT 10: A Journal of Contemporary Dada Writing and Art plus a celebration of the 100th … Continue reading →

051916: NYC Launch of BAD feat. Jonathan Peter Jackson, Fury Young & Die Jim Crow, Emmitt Thrower, Apostle Dr. Heloise Sulyans-Gibson & more

Share This! by Three Rooms Press presents an evening of reading and storytelling in support of criminal justice reform at the NYC launch of BAD: The Autobiography of James Carr the harrowing, brutal, and unapologetic 1972 memoir by the notorious African-American … Continue reading →