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Exclusive interview with Robert Silverberg, holiday book gift ideas, Pushcart Prize nominees, Dada, and more!
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The turmoil of the recent U.S. election is reflective of a global trend that increasingly threatens the arts—particularly literary arts. It is literature that puts abstract ideas into words, providing visions of societies in which equality for all is an achievable goal and a necessity. It is literature that offers validity to expanded—often controversial—ideas of what it is to be human, acknowledging the wide variety of individuals that make up society, and how each holds an important place in the social construct. It is literature that exposes oppression and deceit, that upholds the flame of human decency and says it must not be extinguished. In an effort to protect literary freedom, Three Rooms Press will donate $1 for every book purchased on our website in the month of December to support PEN America's #loudertogether campaign. Thank you for your support.

What Would Robert Silverberg Do? 

An Interview with the SciFi Master by Peter Carlaftes

In light of the coming Trumpocalypse, Three Rooms Press co-director Peter Carlaftes asked multi-Hugo and Nebula award winning author, Science Fiction Grand Master, and editor of our current blockbuster anthology THIS WAY TO THE END TIMES Robert Silverberg a few questions about time travel, aliens, and the end of the world. His answers are enlightening. READ MORE

Hot Gifts for Cool People

Three Rooms Press lead editor Constance Renfrow explores our catalog and identifies the perfect books to give people on your list from history lovers to mystery lovers, artists to science fans, teens and college grads. READ MORE
GOODREADS GIVEAWAY! Enter to win one of five advance copies of William Least Heat-Moon's debut novel CELESTIAL MECHANICS. Ends December 2!

Pushcart Prize Nominees Announced

This year's Three Rooms Press Pushcart Prize nominees are all masters of the short story, with their work in two anthologies published this year. From left, nominees from the critically-acclaimed anthology CRIME PLUS MUSIC: 20 Stories of Music Themed Noir, including Naomi Rand for her story "The Misfits;" Willy Vlautin for his story "Bus Ticket to Phoenix;" and editor Jim Fusilli, for his story "Boy Wonder". From right, nominees from the renowned collection SONGS OF MY SELFIE: An Anthology of Millennial Stories, including Ifra Asad, for her story "The Ostrich Effect;" Mina Holmes for her story "Small Bump;" and Angus McLinn for his story "Baby Teeth." Congratulations to all! READ MORE.

Brooklyn Historical Fiction at It's Best

Dive into the critically acclaimed Brooklyn-based Auld Irishtown trilogy by Eamon Loingsigh by taking advantage of our deep December special. Ebook version of Volume 1, LIGHT OF THE DIDDICOY is now just 99 cents, and the ebook version of Volume 2, EXILE ON BRIDGE STREET is available in December for just $4.99! The Brooklyn Rail raves, “Loingsigh has an urgent story to tell. And he tells it well. . . .  Loingsigh’s great strength is his unsentimental take on the immigrant experience . . . Exile on Bridge Street should be required reading for those who rail about how today’s immigrants 'refuse to assimilate.'" And Irish Central proclaims Exile on Bridge Street as "the quintessential read for 21st century Brooklyn.” Check out these crucial titles now.
GOODREADS GIVEAWAY! Enter to win one of five advance copies of PUNK AVENUE: Inside the New York Underground 1972-1982 by notorious insider Phil Marcade. Ends December 2.

Submit Your Dada Poetry and Art Here

Be a part of Three Rooms Press’s  internationally renowned journal Maintenant: A Journal of Contemporary Dada Writing & Art.  Our journal is inspired by DaDa instigator and Three Rooms Press spiritual advisor Arthur Cravan who created the very first zine in the world with his early 20th century publication Maintenant and we’re proud to carry on the tradition. In past issues, we have published bold work from Neo-Dadaists around the globe. We are honored to be included in the New York Museum of Modern Art archives, as well museums and galleries worldwide. So drumroll, please: MAINTENANT 11 THEME: EYE FOR A LIE.  Details and submission page CLICK HERE.

Don't-Miss Upcoming Events


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12/02/16: Prose Poetry Party 4: featuring readings and performances by 12 exciting authors, plus prizes and fun! Cornelia Street Cafe, 6 pm. Free drink with admission.

12/09/16: Crime Plus Music Launch at Book Passage, SF, with Galadrielle Allman and David Corbett.

12/09/16: Crime Plus Music Reading featuring Willy Vlautin (Richmond Fontaine, The Motel Life) with special guest Patterson Hood (founder of Drive-By Truckers) at Broadway Books, Portland.
 
And be sure to save the date for our 10th annual CHARLES BUKOWSKI MEMORIAL READING Friday, January 13, 6pm at Cornelia Street Cafe, featuring Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis, Bukowski biographer Neeli Cherkovski, acclaimed monologist Mike Daisey, renowned poet Puma Perl, award winning playwright/novelist Richard Vetere, and incisive playwright Michael Puzzo.
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