About Eulalia Books
Eulalia Books is an independent publisher of literary translations with a particular interest in contemporary poetry and hybrid-genre works. We publish ex-centric and ecstatic work that has never before appeared in English translation. We believe that poetry thrives outside the margins of privilege, and we love translators who work on the ground to find these books.
We select projects among solicited and submitted manuscripts, and we publish broadsides, chapbooks, and full-length collections. At the start, we will focus on contemporary Latin American writing.
Eulalia Books is affiliated with the undergraduate Literary Translation minor at Saint Vincent College and is staffed in part by faculty and students.
phone: (412) 206-9338
Michelle Gil-Montero, Editor, is a poet and translator of contemporary Latin American writing. Her work has been supported by the NEA, Howard Foundation, Pen/HEIM, and Fulbright. She has several book translations, including most recently, This Blue Novel by Valerie Mejer Caso. Her translation of María Negroni’s lyric novel, The Annunciation, will be published by Action Books this year. She is Associate Professor of English and director of the Literary Translation Minor at Saint Vincent College.
Román Antopolsky, Editor, is a poet, artist, and translator born in Buenos Aires living currently in Pittsburgh. He studied philosophy (UBA) and fine arts (IUNA) in his native city and is the author in Spanish of six books of poetry (ádelon, Cythna en red, Amor Islam, El ruido elegido, CaNCaN, and El trayecto hablado), three books of short fiction/essays (MI TO MA NO, Breve fábrica, and Defixiones), a novel (La orilla del día), a play (Texto), and a visual book (420 Abîmes). He translates poetry and philosophy from several languages (including Russian, English, Hungarian, French, and Portuguese) into Spanish.
Tyler Friend, Designer, is an apricot/human hybrid grown in Tennessee, and they received an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Tyler is the editor of the online poetry magazine Francis House and the author of the chapbook Ampersonate (Choose the Sword Press). Their poems have appeared in Tin House, Hunger Mountain, and Mud Season Review.
Zach Tackett, Marketing, is a poet living in Pittsburgh, PA. His work has been published by Polaris and Sampsonia Way, among others.
Student Interns & Volunteers
Students attending Saint Vincent College have the opportunity to intern with Eulalia Books. Interns aid the press in all aspects of operations from social media to event planning to grant writing. The press would be deeply hindered without their support, charisma, and hard work!