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 →

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 →

051916: NYC Launch for BAD: The Autobiography of James Carr at Le Poisson Rouge

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

03/31/16-04/02/16: 3RP @ AWP Los Angeles, Booth 324

Share This! by Join Three Rooms Press at the Association of Writers and Writers Programs (AWP) in Los angeles March 31 -April 2 Booth 324. The AWP Conference & Bookfair is an essential annual destination for writers, teachers, students, editors, … Continue reading →

04/01/16: Official L.A. Launch for BAD: The Autobiography of James Carr

Share This! by Friday April 1 will be the Official L.A. Launch of BAD: The Autrobigraphy of James Carr at Beyond Baroque to correspond with the AWP conference. Join Gea Carr (daughter of James) and some Very special guests as … Continue reading →

Announcing Our Spring 2016 Titles!

Share This! by We’ve put the finishing touches on our Spring 2016 catalog and we cannot wait to share this great new titles with you. Richard Vetere and Israel Horovitz are back with their newest works, as in Maintenant—the anniversary … Continue reading →