Monday, July 3



by Roberta Iannamico

Translated by Alexis Almeida

31 pages, paper, staple bound

cover image based on the drawing "Cow II" by Arthur Dove

Toad Press, 2017. $5.00

You can purchase a copy of Wreckage here

+ read a few of the poems in Wreckage, first published in Quarterly West, here 

+ add this book to your Goodreads list here

Roberta Iannamico has published many books of poetry, including El zorro gris, el zorro blanco, el zorro colorado (Vox, Bahía Blanca, 1997), Mamushkas (Vox, 1999), Tendal (del Diego, Buenos Aires, 2000), El collar de fideos (Vox, 2001), Celeste perfecto (Crudo, Buenos Aires, 2005), Dantesco (Vox, 2006), Muchos poemas (Voy a salir y si me hiere un rayo, Buenos Aires, 2008), Un día nuevo (edición de autora, 2013) Nomeolvides (Vox, 2015), and Qué lindo (Zindo & Gafuri 2015). She has also published various children’s books. She is a singer-songwriter, and conducts poetry workshops as well as song composition workshops for children and adults.

Alexis Almeida grew up in Chicago. Her poems and translations have appeared or are forthcoming Gulf Coast, The Brooklyn Rail, Prelude, TYPO, Dusie, and elsewhere. She is an assistant editor at Asymptote and a contributing editor at The Elephants. Her chapbook of poems, Half Shine, is recently out from Dancing Girl Press, and her translation of Florencia Castellano's Propiedades vigiladas [Monitored Properties] is recently out from Ugly Duckling Presse. She has received fellowships and residencies for Yaddo and the University of Colorado, where she completed her MFA. She recently spent the year living in Buenos Aires on a Fulbright research grant, where she has been compiling and co-translating an anthology of contemporary female poets living in Argentina. 

Tuesday, May 30

Small Press interview at Entropy Magazine

We're working on our 2017 titles and will have some beautiful chapbooks to show you very soon! For now, though, you can go behind-the-scenes with Toad Press by reading our interview as part of Entropy Magazine's Small Press Database:

screen grab of paragraph from interview

Friday, February 24

Big news - 3 great chapbooks coming your way in 2017!

Thanks to all who submitted work during our  open reading period -- it was a pleasure to read the amazing translations you sent, and your great work made our decisions tremendously difficult.

We're happy to share that we'll have three wonderful titles to share with you in late summer / fall 2017. 

Look for:

                  translated by Jesse Tangen-Mills
Roberta Iannamico's WRECKAGE
                    translated by Alexis Almeida
                   translated by Jake Levine
coming your way, in a few short months.