Edited by Dominic J. Jaeckle & Jess Chandler
456pp / 156 x 234mm
Designed & Typeset by Traven T. Croves
"A hotel is defined by its inhabitants," runs Hotel’s tagline. If Hotel itself were a concrete edifice, it would be more like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’s Circus-Circus than the Grand Budapest, despite its tasteful, clean exterior. Its commitment to “new approaches to fiction, non-fiction and poetry” promises all manner of havoc. It is not the only journal committed to literary innovation, but it is among the best.
Camille Ralphs, The Times Literary Supplement
Seven years following the publication of Hotel #1 (2016), and in tribute to the cessation of the “paper hotel” with the publication of Hotel #7 (2021), Seven Rooms—a collaborative publication from Tenement Press and Prototype Publishing (a collaboration necessitated by Hotel’s longstanding dedication to collaboration itself)—is a document of the project’s unerring commitment to pioneering creativity, literature’s idiosyncrasies, and shared space; to new approaches to fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.
Forthcoming Autumn ‘23 in a limited edition—edited by Tenement’s Dominic J. Jaeckle, Prototype’s Jess Chandler, and designed and typeset by Traven T. Croves (Matthew Stuart & Andrew Walsh-Lister of Tenement, Prototype, and Bricks from the Kiln)—Seven Rooms will feature works by (in order of appearance) ...
Lauren de Sá Naylor
Levina van Winden
Nina Mingya Powles
Agustín Fernández Mallo