Three Rooms Press at the Brooklyn Book Festival


This Sunday, September 17, join Three Rooms Press at the Brooklyn Book Festival! We'll be at Booth 205, showing books new and old. Every hour we'll be raffling off one book; simply leave your name and email, and we'll notify you if you've won the drawing. Stop by to say hello and enter to win a free book! 

Also, be sure to stop by Booth 628 to learn more about the low residency MFA program at Pacific University! 

SONGS OF MY SELFIE Launch Was a Huge Success!

Thank you all for coming to Friday's SOLD OUT launch of Songs of My Selfie! The show was a huge success, with readings by twelve fantastic millennial writers, giveaways, great drinks, music, and more. Check out the photos below, or on our Facebook page!

Couldn't make it to the launch party? Don't worry, there are plenty more Songs of My Selfie events coming up.

April 18 at 7 p.m.
A Reading and Conversation with Jared Shaffer and Xingyue Sarah He
Flyleaf Books
752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd (Historic Airport Rd.)
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

May 12 at 7 p.m.
A Reading and Open Mic with Joshua Tuttle

Auntie's Bookstore
402 W. Main
Spokane, WA 99201 

May 25
Songs of My Selfie: Millennial Writers Reading

85 E. Fourth Street
New York, NY 10003

Take a look behind the curtain at DIY MFA

I'm thrilled to announce that I have joined the DIY MFA crew as a regular columnist! DIY MFA offers advice on writing, reading, community-building, and more. They feature writing prompts, podcasts, and soon there will be a DIY MFA book. 

I'll be writing each month about book publishing, editing, and other aspects of the industry. If you have a book you're considering pitching, or want to learn what it's like on the other side of the writing process, check back for new posts from me and from the rest of the DIY MFA team. 

My first column, "A Walk-through of the Book Publishing Process (part 1)" is up now. Here's a clip from the intro. 

Writers everywhere dream of getting their novels published, but I would wager that when you picture that most anticipated of events, you imagine getting that congratulatory email from your agent/editor and then fast-forward to the black tie launch party a la Richard Castle. The truth is even after the contract is signed, your work as author isn’t quite done yet. In the editorial department alone there are a number of steps between acquisition and publication, and unfortunately, almost all of them require something for the author to do. So let me take you through the process that turns a manuscript into a beautiful, shiny (or matte) new book.

Read the full article here, and if you find it helpful, leave a comment or share on Facebook and Twitter. Enjoy! 

Enter to Win a Signed Copy of SONGS OF MY SELFIE!

Three Rooms Press is offering five chances to win a galley copy of my upcoming book, Songs of Songs of My Selfie: An Anthology of Millennial Stories! I'll even sign it for you! Discover the collection readers say "cuts right to the heart of this generation."

Enter the contest on Goodreads today! Contest ends on December 16, 2015. 



Meagan Brothers will be reading from her new novel Weird Girl and What's His Name tonight at the Hudson Valley Writers' Center in Sleepy Hollow. Come hear some of Lula and Rory's adventure, as read by the author herself! Copies will be available for purchase and signing. Even The New York Times thinks you should go! 

Additionally, Weird Girl and What's His Name was featured on HerCampus's "20 New Young Adult Books to Read." They write: 

Readers who enjoy coming-of-age stories will enjoy this powerful novel. 

Read the full review here. But that's not all! The book has received a number of new reviews, from Barnes & Noble, Stylecaster, and School Library Journal, which I've added to my original list. Check them out here

And last but not least . . . spotted at the Barnes & Noble on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Come give this book a good home. Have you spotted any copies of Weird Girl? Show us on Twitter @threeroomspress

Spotted by the illustrious Nicole Frail ( 

Spotted by the illustrious Nicole Frail (