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Since 1993, Three Rooms Press has been a leading voice in publishing cut-the-edge creative, including novels, memoirs, poetry and art. Our ongoing source of inspiration is Dada predecessor Arthur Cravan, whose independent and truly original artistic vision serves as a guide for all we do.

‘FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS’: THE GONZO GRAPHIC NOVEL–
01/27/2020
‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’: The gonzo graphic novel

‘FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS’: THE GONZO GRAPHIC NOVEL–

  I must admit that reading Hunter S. Thompson’s 1971 book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream changed my life. A friend gave me a copy during our first year of college saying that it was his favorite book. I was already a big fan of Jack Kerouac—...

Walt Whitman on Donald Trump, How Literature Bolsters Democracy, and Why a Robust Society Is a Feminist Society–“America...
01/27/2020
Walt Whitman on Donald Trump, How Literature Bolsters Democracy, and Why a Robust Society Is a Feminist Society

Walt Whitman on Donald Trump, How Literature Bolsters Democracy, and Why a Robust Society Is a Feminist Society–

“America, if eligible at all to downfall and ruin, is eligible within herself, not without… Always inform yourself; always do the best you can; always vote.”

“America, if eligible at all to downfall and ruin, is eligible within herself, not without… Always inform yourself; always do the best you can; always vote.”

01/27/2020
Leontyne Price Met Debut - January 27, 1961

Leontyne Price Met Debut - January 27, 1961–

(Verdi: Il Trovatore) Metropolitan Opera, January 27, 1961 2:30 - "Tacea la notte placida...Di tale amor" 9:05 - "D'amor sull'ali rosee" English translation ...

January 27, 1961 Leontyne Price and Franco Corelli make their debut at the Metropolitan Opera in New York in "Il Trovato...
01/27/2020

January 27, 1961 Leontyne Price and Franco Corelli make their debut at the Metropolitan Opera in New York in "Il Trovatore", final curtain call lasts 35 mins:

January 27, 1302 –Dante becomes a Florentine political exile.Think it's time to bring back political exile for 45 to the...
01/27/2020

January 27, 1302 –Dante becomes a Florentine political exile.
Think it's time to bring back political exile for 45 to the Moscow Trump Tower?

Leana Sheryle Wen (born January 27, 1983) is an American physician and writer. She is the former president of Planned Pa...
01/27/2020

Leana Sheryle Wen (born January 27, 1983) is an American physician and writer. She is the former president of Planned Parenthood, former Health Commissioner for the City of Baltimore, and author of the book When Doctors Don't Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests. Currently, she is a Visiting Professor of Health Policy and Management at the George Washington University, where she is also a Distinguished Fellow in the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity.

Wen previously practiced as an emergency physician at the George Washington University, where she served as a professor in the School of Medicine & Health Sciences and professor in health policy at the Milken Institute School of Public Health.[2] Prior to this, she was an emergency physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, where she was on the faculty of Harvard Medical School.[3] She also served as the national president of the American Medical Student Association and the American Academy of Emergency Medicine/Resident and Student Association.[4] From December 2014 until October 2018, Wen served as the health commissioner for Baltimore City under two mayors.

On September 12, 2018, Wen was appointed head of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.[5][6] She was Planned Parenthood's first Asian American president and the first physician to serve as the organization's president in nearly 50 years

Clarissa Pinkola Estés (born January 27, 1945) is an American writer and Jungian psychoanalyst. She is the author of Wom...
01/27/2020

Clarissa Pinkola Estés (born January 27, 1945) is an American writer and Jungian psychoanalyst. She is the author of Women Who Run with the Wolves (1992), which remained on the New York Times bestseller list for 145 weeks and has sold over two million copies.

Estés is a certified senior Jungian analyst. Her doctorate, from the Union Institute & University [1981], is in ethno-clinical psychology on the study of social and psychological patterns in cultural and tribal groups. She is the author of many books on the journey of the soul. Beginning in 1992 and onward, her work has been published in 37 languages. Her book Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of The Wild Woman Archetype was on the New York Times' best seller list for 145 weeks, as well as other best seller lists, including USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and Library Journal.

Estés began her work in the 1960s at the Edward Hines Jr. Veterans Administration Hospital in Hines, Illinois. There she worked with World War I, World War II, Korean and Vietnam War soldiers who were living with quadraplegia, incapacitated by loss of arms and legs. She has worked at other facilities caring for severely injured children as well as shell-shocked war veterans and their families. Her teaching of writing, storytelling and traditional medicine practices continued in prisons, beginning in the early 1970s at the Men's Penitentiary in Colorado; the Federal Women's Prison at Dublin, California, the Montview Facility for Youth in Colorado, and other institutions.

Estés served as a board member of the Maya Angelou Minority Health Foundation (now called Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity) at Wake Forest School of Medicine. Estés served as appointee by Colorado governors Romer and Owens to the Colorado State Grievance Board of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (D.O.R.A.) from 1993 to 2006. She was elected as chair and for thirteen years worked with the state of Colorado Attorney General's lawyers, as well as a board of legal experts and helping professionals, to focus on public safety regarding mental health practitioners. She has been an advisory board member for the National Writers Union, New York; and an advisory board member of the National Coalition Against Censorship, New York. She is an advisor to El Museo de las Americas, Denver, Colorado, and a contributing editor and storyteller-in-residence for The Bloomsbury Review.

Estés debuted in spoken word performance at Carnegie Hall, New York (2000), along with Maya Angelou and Toni Morrison. Together the author-poets wrote lyrical song-poems for a libretto of woman.life.song..[1]

Estés is managing editor for TheModeratevoice.com. She has written for the Huffington Post, the Washington Post, Publishers' Weekly and The Denver Post. Estés' Guadalupe Foundation has funded literacy projects

Estés was a recipient of the Keeper of the Lore Award, a Gradiva Award (from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis) and Catholic Press Association, the Book of the Year Honor Award, American Booksellers Association, and Colorado Authors League Award. She received the Las Primeras Award, "The First of Her Kind", from the Mexican American Women's Foundation, Washington D.C. She is a 2006 inductee into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame which recognizes women who are of international influence. Estés is the recipient of the President's Medal for Social Justice.

'MY NAME IS NEW YORK’: NYC THROUGH THE EYES OF WOODY GUTHRIE–
01/27/2020
‘My Name is New York’: NYC through the eyes of Woody Guthrie

'MY NAME IS NEW YORK’: NYC THROUGH THE EYES OF WOODY GUTHRIE–

  For obvious reasons, it’s easy to think of the great American folksinger/songwriter Woody Guthrie as a lifelong hardscrabble dust bowl Okie, but the reality is, the man called New York City home for nearly three decades, from 1940 until his death in 1967. Of course, that was at a time when lowe...

2014 Pete Seeger, American folk singer (The Weavers - Goodnight Irene) and activist, helped create the modern American f...
01/27/2020

2014 Pete Seeger, American folk singer (The Weavers - Goodnight Irene) and activist, helped create the modern American folk music movement, dies at 94:

Howard Zinn was a historian, author, professor, playwright, and activist. His life’s work focused on a wide range of iss...
01/27/2020
Biography | HowardZinn.org

Howard Zinn was a historian, author, professor, playwright, and activist. His life’s work focused on a wide range of issues including race, class, war, and history, and touched the lives of countless people.

Zinn was a historian, playwright, and activist. His life’s work focused on a wide range of issues including race, class, war, and history, and touched the lives of many people.

January 27, 2010 Howard Zinn, American historian and activist (A People's History of the United States), dies of a heart...
01/27/2020

January 27, 2010 Howard Zinn, American historian and activist (A People's History of the United States), dies of a heart attack at 87:

Salinger and the Architecture of Personal Mythology–How “a broken soldier and a wounded soul transformed himself, throug...
01/27/2020
Salinger and the Architecture of Personal Mythology

Salinger and the Architecture of Personal Mythology–

How “a broken soldier and a wounded soul transformed himself, through his art, into an icon of the twentieth century and then, through his religion, destroyed that art.”

How “a broken soldier and a wounded soul transformed himself, through his art, into an icon of the twentieth century and then, through his religion, destroyed that art.”

January 27, 2010 J. D. Salinger, American novelist (The Catcher in the Rye), dies at 91:
01/27/2020

January 27, 2010 J. D. Salinger, American novelist (The Catcher in the Rye), dies at 91:

Nellie Bly Makes the News: An Animated Documentary About the Investigative Journalism Pioneer Who Paved the Way for Wome...
01/27/2020
Nellie Bly Makes the News: An Animated Documentary About the Investigative Journalism Pioneer Who Paved the Way for Women in Media

Nellie Bly Makes the News: An Animated Documentary About the Investigative Journalism Pioneer Who Paved the Way for Women in Media–

“As the most famous woman journalist of her day, as an early woman industrialist, as a humanitarian… Bly kept the same formula for success: Determine Right. Decide Fast. Apply Energy. Act with Conviction. Fight to the Finish. Accept the Consequences. Move on.”

“As the most famous woman journalist of her day, as an early woman industrialist, as a humanitarian… Bly kept the same formula for success: Determine Right. Decide Fast. Apply Energy. A…

January 27, 1922 Nellie Bly [Elizabeth Cochran Seaman], American journalist and writer (Ten Days in a Mad House), dies a...
01/27/2020

January 27, 1922 Nellie Bly [Elizabeth Cochran Seaman], American journalist and writer (Ten Days in a Mad House), dies at 57:

01/27/2020
Elmore James - "It hurts Me Too" | Remastered

Elmore James - "It hurts Me Too"

Elmore James versions[edit] Several versions of "It Hurts Me Too" were recorded in the 1940s and 1950s, including those by Stick McGhee and Big Bill Broonzy....

Elmore James (January 27, 1918[1] – May 24, 1963)[2] was an American blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and bandleader....
01/27/2020

Elmore James (January 27, 1918[1] – May 24, 1963)[2] was an American blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and bandleader.[3] He was known as "King of the Slide Guitar" and was noted for his use of loud amplification and his stirring voice. Elmore James was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 as an "Early Influence" inductee:

Behold Lewis Carroll’s Original Handwritten & Illustrated Manuscript for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1864)
01/27/2020
Behold Lewis Carroll’s Original Handwritten & Illustrated Manuscript for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1864)

Behold Lewis Carroll’s Original Handwritten & Illustrated Manuscript for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1864)

Almost exactly 155 years ago, Lewis Carroll told three young sisters a story. He'd come up with it to enliven a long boat trip up the River Thames, and one of the children aboard, a certain Alice Liddell, enjoyed it so much that she insisted that Carroll commit it to paper.

January 27, 1832 Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson], English author (Alice in Wonderland), born in Daresbury, Engl...
01/27/2020

January 27, 1832 Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson], English author (Alice in Wonderland), born in Daresbury, England (d. 1898)

January 27, 1756 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Austrian musical prodigy and composer (Figaro), born in Salzburg, Austria (d. ...
01/27/2020

January 27, 1756 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Austrian musical prodigy and composer (Figaro), born in Salzburg, Austria (d. 1791)

At #ALAMW2020 in Philadelphia we’re doing a galley giveaway and author signing of THE FAKIMG OF THE PRESIDENT (edited by...
01/26/2020

At #ALAMW2020 in Philadelphia we’re doing a galley giveaway and author signing of THE FAKIMG OF THE PRESIDENT (edited by 3RP codirector Peter Carlaftes and RAY BY RAY an searing new biography of Legendary film director Nicholas Ray by his daughter Nicca Ray. Booth 1112B in the Ingram Content Group aisle. Both come out in April 2020. #books #newbooks

And then at 2pm stop by Booth 1009 get a free galley of THE FAKING OF THE PRESIDENT: Nineteen Stories of White House Noi...
01/26/2020

And then at 2pm stop by Booth 1009 get a free galley of THE FAKING OF THE PRESIDENT: Nineteen Stories of White House Noir signed by the editor Peter Carlaftes. Three Rooms Press will be under the Ingram banner. See You There!!! #alamw20

If you are in Philly at the ALA Midwinter conference –Please stop by Booth 1009 at 1pm and get a free galley of RAY BY R...
01/26/2020

If you are in Philly at the ALA Midwinter conference –Please stop by Booth 1009 at 1pm and get a free galley of RAY BY RAY: A Daughter's Take on the Legend of Nicholas Ray
signed by the author Nicca Ray. #alamw20

GLASS NIGHT LIGHTS OF DAVID LYNCH, JOHN WATERS, ROBERT SMITH, SONIC YOUTH AND MANY MORE!
01/26/2020
Glass night lights of David Lynch, John Waters, Robert Smith, Sonic Youth and many more!

GLASS NIGHT LIGHTS OF DAVID LYNCH, JOHN WATERS, ROBERT SMITH, SONIC YOUTH AND MANY MORE!

David Lynch I have a thing for night lights. Probably because they work. They make the dead of night less creepy and I never stub my toe in the dark. So I was pleasantly surprised to discover these handmade glass night lights by Etsy shop Hunky Dory Studio. There are over 345 different night lights....

And be sure to read–Time and Time Again: Sixteen Trips in Time by Robert Silverberg:Winner of the 2018 Foreword INDIES A...
01/26/2020

And be sure to read–

Time and Time Again: Sixteen Trips in Time by Robert Silverberg:

Winner of the 2018 Foreword INDIES Award Gold Medal for Best Sci-Fi!TIME AND TIME AGAIN: Sixteen Trips in Time by beloved science fiction Grand Master ROBERT SILVERBERG presents of all his best time travel fiction in one stunning collection. Silverberg introduces this new collection with a new essay praising early sci-fi icons that left a lasting impression on him as a young boy and launched his sixty-year voyage in time travel fiction–

https://www.amazon.com/Time-Again-Sixteen-Trips/dp/194111072X

January 26, 1998 President Bill Clinton says "I want to say one thing to the American people; I did not have sexual rela...
01/26/2020

January 26, 1998 President Bill Clinton says "I want to say one thing to the American people; I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky"

Angela Yvonne Davis (born January 26, 1944)[3] is an American political activist, philosopher, academic, and author. She...
01/26/2020

Angela Yvonne Davis (born January 26, 1944)[3] is an American political activist, philosopher, academic, and author. She is a professor emerita at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Ideologically a Marxist, Davis was a member of the Communist Party USA until 1991, after which she joined the breakaway Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism. She is the author of over ten books on class, feminism, and the U.S. prison system.

Born to an African American family in Birmingham, Alabama, Davis studied French at Brandeis University and philosophy at the University of Frankfurt in West Germany. Studying under the philosopher Herbert Marcuse, a prominent figure in the Frankfurt School of Marxism, Davis became increasingly interested in far-left politics. Returning to the U.S., she studied at the University of California, San Diego before moving to East Germany, where she gained a doctorate at the Humboldt University of Berlin. Back in the U.S., she joined the Communist Party and involved herself in a range of leftist causes, including the second-wave feminist movement, the Black Panther Party, and the campaign against the Vietnam War. In 1969 she was hired as an acting assistant professor of philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). UCLA's governing Board of Regents soon fired her due to her Communist Party membership; after a court ruled this illegal, the university fired her again, this time for her use of inflammatory language.

In 1970, Davis purchased firearms for people who used them in an armed takeover of a courtroom in Marin County, California, in which four people were killed. She was prosecuted for three capital felonies, including conspiracy to murder. After over a year in jail, she was acquitted of the charges in 1972. She continued both her academic work and her domestic activism. In the 1980s she was professor of ethnic studies at San Francisco State University. Much of her work focused on the abolition of prisons and in 1997 she co-founded Critical Resistance, an organization working to abolish the prison–industrial complex. During the 1970s she visited Marxist-Leninist-governed countries and during the 1980s was twice the Communist Party's candidate for Vice President. In 1991, amid the dissolution of the Soviet Union, she left the party and joined the breakaway Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism. Also in 1991, she joined the feminist studies department at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she became department director before retiring in 2008. Since then she has continued to write and remained active in movements such as Occupy and the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign.

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