Help support your favorite fiercely independent press and celebrate our new web store at big discount! Now thru Cyber Monday, November 28, all Three Rooms Press books are 40% off when purchased through our new web shop, using promo code READINGISCOOL.
Explore terrific noir by top authors including Lawrence Block, Jim Fusilli, Val McDermid, Craig Johnson, Peter Blauner and more. Discover extraordinary apocalyptic tales from Robert Silverberg, Ursula K. LeGuin, Connie Willis, Jules Verne and more. Enter the world of New York Gangs through books like Exile on Bridge Street by Eamon Loingsigh or Champagne and Cocaine by Richard Vetere. Enjoy award winning Young Adult fiction with Meagan Brother’s Weird Girl and What’s His Name and millennial short stores in Songs of My Selfie, edited by ConstanceRefrow.
Prefer nonfiction? We have memoirs and biographies including BAD: The Autography of James Carr about the notorious California criminal and George Jackson’s cell mate, a book that legendary poet Charles Plymell calls “one of the most compelling books I’ve read.” Check out the crazy life of one of the most noted marine scientists in the world of public aquariums with Stephen Spotte’s memoir: My Watery Self. Discover the remarkable woman Beate Sirota Gordon, who, at age 22 helped write the post WWII Japanese constitution—including an article providing for women’s equality—in Last Boat to Yokohama. Enter the world of famed anarchic experimental theater troupe The Living Theatre with Full Moon Stages: Personal Notes from 50 Years of the Living Theatre by LT founder Judith Malina.
We have translations and collections of major world poets including Peruvian César Vallejo (Malanga Chasing Vallejo) and the first-ever English translation of notorious Austrian writer Thomas Bernhard (On Earth and In Hell). And we have an extensive catalog of brilliant contemporary poetry by such notable, award-winning poets as Hala Ayalan (Atrium), Thomas Fucaloro (It Starts from the Belly and Blooms), George Wallace (Poppin’ Johnny), Lisa Panepinto (On This Borrowed Bike), and Jane Ormerod (Welcome to the Museum of Cattle).
Plus short stories Janet Hamill (Tales from the Eternal Cafe, a Best Book of 2015 from Publishers Weekly), a minimalist detective novel by award-winning author Aram Saroyan (Still Night in L.A.), a photographic memoir by famed punk bass player Mike Watt (Mike Watt: On and Off Bass), essays on fatherhood and more by Richard Katrovas (Raising Girls in Bohemia: A Memoir in Essays), plus critically-acclaimed novels by Michael T. Fournier (Swing State) and Ron Dakron (Hello Devilfish!). Plus experimental poetry by famed Belgian visual poet Philip Meersman (This Is Belgian Chocolate), and a poetry-photograph notebook by artist John S. Paul (Sign Language).
Books will continue to be added throughout the weekend, so check back at the store often!