07-10 Septembre 2017: Brussels Poetry Fest

Share This! by Brussels Poetry Fest is a niche festival, completely dedicated to the contemporary avant-garde, not afraid to start a dialogue with the mainstream.  During the fourth edition of the Brussels Poetry Fest, the best of the international poetry scene will experiment … Continue reading →

073017: Celebrate Emily Brontë’s Birthday at our Summer Goth Reading!

Share This! by Great Weather for Media and Three Rooms Press present AN AFTERNOON OF CONTEMPORARY GOTHIC POETRY AND FICTION Celebrating the Birthday of EMILY BRONTË featuring performances and storytelling by CHAVISA WOODS | DEIDRE COYLE | CONSTANCE RENFROW Plus Open Poetry Reading! … Continue reading →

Celebrate National Poetry Month with ATRIUM: 40% Off in April!

Share This! by April Backlist Feature: Atrium Hala Alyan’s debut novel Salt Houses will be released from Houghton Mifflin this May and has already received rave reviews across the board. From everyone at Three Rooms Press: Congratulations, Hala! And as … Continue reading →

December 2nd Cornelia Street Prose Poetry Party 4!

Share This! by 3RP presents The Monthly at Cornelia Street Cafe   PROSE! POETRY! PARTY! 4!   Featuring Stories and Poems by Meagan Brothers, Kofi Forsun, Jane LeCroy, David Lawton, Robert Gibbons, Karen Hildebrand, Constance Renfrow, Jim Fusilli, John S. … Continue reading →

03/18/16: The Monthly present JANE LeCROY & OhmSlice at Cornelia Street Cafe

Share This! by Three Rooms Press presents OHMSLICE –Music of the Cosmos, featuring 3RP Poetic Powerhouse Jane LeCroy with a special performance by John S. Hall at The Monthly hosted by 3RP’s own Peter Carlaftes & Kat Georges Friday, March … Continue reading →

01/25/16: Translator Peter Waugh to join panel discussion of Thomas Bernhard’s Poetry in Vienna

Share This! by Translator and poet Peter Waugh, whose recent translation of Thomas Bernhard’s first book, ON EARTH AND IN HELL (Three Rooms Press, October 2015) has received widespread critical acclaim, will be part of a panel discussion exploring the … Continue reading →