WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT'S HIS NAME Named to 2017 Rainbow Book List!

I am so incredibly proud to announce that Meagan Brothers's Weird Girl and What's His Name (Three Rooms Press, 2015), has been named to the 2017 Rainbow Book List

From their website: 

The Rainbow Book List Committee proudly announces the 2017 Rainbow Book List.  The Rainbow Book List is a bibliography of books with significant gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or queer/questioning content, which are aimed at youth, birth through age 18.  The list is intended to aid youth in selecting high-quality books that were published between July 2015 and December 2016.  The list is also intended to aid as a collection development or readers’ advisory took for librarians serving children and young adults.
The committee members evaluated nearly 270 books from small, independent, and large publishers, and selected 47 books from 24 publishers for the 2017 Rainbow Book List.

This is such an important list, now more than ever, and I am so proud that this book I care about so deeply has been chosen for such an honor. If you haven't read Weird Girl and What's His Name yet, I highly recommend it. This is a necessary book.


You can read Songs of My Selfie on a plane, in a train, on a beach, in the garden. . . . Endless possibilities!

You can read Songs of My Selfie on a plane, in a train, on a beach, in the garden. . . . Endless possibilities!

From now until the end of August, grab an ebook copy of Songs of My Selfie and Weird Girl and What's His Name for only $4.99 each! They make great beach reads, travel reads, or easy summer reading! 

Grab your copy on Kindle or Nook here.

Songs of My Selfie: An Anthology of Millennial Stories

Weird Girl and What’s His Name

And don't forget, if you love them as much as I do, rate and review on Amazon and Goodreads. Every review helps spread the word and is much, much appreciated! 


Thrilling news! WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT'S HIS NAME, by Meagan Brothers, won the IndieFAB award for Best Young Adult Fiction Book of the Year! Congratulations, Meagan and all of Three Rooms Press!

If you haven't yet picked up this phenomenal LGBT YA novel about love, growing up, and fandom, get your copy on Amazon today. Or follow us on Twitter @ThreeRoomsPress for updates and news! 

4/8/2016 - SONGS OF MY SELFIE Launch Party!

Three Rooms Press celebrates the New York launch of SONGS OF MY SELFIE: An Anthology of Millennial Stories—for millennials, by millennials, about actual millennial issues—on Friday, April 8, 6pm at Cornelia Street Cafe.

The launch will feature readings from SONGS OF MY SELFIE, including contributors Suzanne Herman, Stephanie Bramson, Tiffany Ferentini, Aaron Thorpe, Theresa Buchta, Jared Shaffer, Angela Sloan, Tara Isabella Burton, Carolyn Drake, Angus McLinn, Katherine Sloan, and editor/contributor Constance Renfrow. Plus, a special guest reading by IndieFab finalist Meagan Brothers, author of WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME. In addition, the event will offer free giveaways, millennial swag, great music, and more!

Copies of SONGS OF MY SELFIE will be available for purchase and signing.

Doors open at 5:45. Admission is $9, which includes a free drink. Cornelia Street Cafe is at 29 Cornelia Street, in the West Village, between W. 4th Street and Bleecker (

Three Rooms Press presents The Monthly at Cornelia Street Cafe
SONGS OF MY SELFIE: An Anthology of Millennial Stories
New York Book Launch

Friday, April 8, 2016, 6 p.m.
Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia Street (between Bleecker & W. 4th St.)
Admission: $9 (includes a free drink)

Info and reservations:

“Songs of My Selfie is an enchanting, heartrending, and utterly relatable read for any and all millennials. This is a wonderful collection of stories from some of the brightest young writers today.” —Portland Book Review

“If you want a preview of some writers with brighter futures than the newspapers anticipate, well, here you go.”
—JF Sargent,

“This is the book you want to read if you are curious about who’ll be driving the truck in a few years.”
—Ethan Rutherford, The Peripatetic Coffin and Other Stories

With fresh new voices and edgy prose, seventeen stories by millennial writers offer a cross-section of vibrant young characters: unemployed grads deep in debt, expectant mothers on the cusp of adulthood, online relationship addicts, and twenty-somethings at war with their families’ expectations. Here are the strong and the weak, the self-aware and those who reject reality—all carefully crafted to buck the common perception of this generation.

THE MONTHLY series at Cornelia Street Cafe, hosted by Three Rooms Press, brings together writers, artists, philosophers, and scientists to delve into a different theme each month from divergent perspectives. Past themes have included conspiracy theories (on the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination), Code Poetry, an exploration of poetry that simultaneously works on multiple levels and languages, and notable literary figures including Charles Bukowski and William Burroughs.

Three Rooms Press is a fierce New York-based independent publisher inspired by dada, punk and passion. Founded in 1993, it serves as a leading independent publisher of cut-the-edge creative, including fiction, memoir, poetry translations, drama and art. In addition, Three Rooms Press produces and promotes a variety of literary and cultural events in New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Brussels, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and more, including readings, plays, workshops and concerts.


Weird Girl and What’s His Name A Finalist for IndieFab Awards

Three Rooms Press is thrilled to announce that WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME, the compelling LGBT Young Adult Novel by Meagan Brothers (Debbie Harry Sings in FrenchSupergirl Mixtapes) was selected as a FINALIST for Foreword Reviews IndieFab Awards Young Adult Fiction category.

WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME, which relays the tale of best friends and X-Files fans Rory and Lula, has captured the hearts of reviewers and readers since its release in October 2015. In its initial 5-star review,Foreword Reviews raved, “This is a novel that transcends the LGBTQ genre, and it holds universal lessons for all. It is reminiscent of Judy Bloom’s Are You There God, It’s Me, Margaret and Tiger Eyes in the way it tackles somewhat taboo subjects within a smoothly written narrative. It has all the makings to become a classic of this generation.”

The book has been named to numbers best of lists, including, among others:

  • 2015 Reviewers’ Choice —Foreword Reviews
  • Best Teen Books of 2015 —Kirkus Reviews
  • Top 30 YA books of 2015 —Forever Young Adult
  • Top 17 New YA Books of October 2015 –
  • Top 18 New YA Books of Fall 2015 –BuzzFeed
  • 10 New YA Books Every Twentysomething Should Read –StyleCaster

Manhattan Book Review was unequivocal in its praise: “Say hello to one of my new benchmarks for great YA fiction. Weird Girl and What’s His Name is absolutely wonderful, heartbreaking, and utterly engaging stuff.”

American Library Association’s Booklist awarded WEIRD GIRL a starred review and noted, “The characters are wonderfully likable; the story is smartly written.” In its starred review, Kirkus Reviews noted, “Voices are crisply and intimately drawn . . . Carefully and subtly imagined.” And School Library Journal reave, “Brother’s pitch-perfect dialogue and well-polished prose make her an author to watch.”

Congratulations to Meagan Brothers for this huge success! For more information about this title and the author, click here

To order WEIRD GIRL directly from Three Rooms Press, click here. Order from an online retailer, or your favorite bookstore!

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