Tiffany Troy is the author of Dominus (BlazeVOX [books]) and co-translator of Santiago Acosta’s The Coming Desert/ El próximo desierto (forthcoming, Alliteration Publishing House), in collaboration with Acosta and the 4W International Women Collective Translation Project at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is Managing Editor at Tupelo Quarterly, Associate Editor of Tupelo Press, and Book Review Co-Editor at The Los Angeles Review.
Troy’s literary criticism, translation, and creative writing are published or forthcoming in literary journals like The Adroit Journal, BOMB Magazine, Colorado Review, The Cortland Review, EcoTheo Review, Guernica, Hong Kong Review of Books,Latin American Literature Today, Matter,Poetry Northwest, Poetry Society of America, Rain Taxi, RHINO Poetry,and World Literature Today as well as the anthologies Constellation: Latin American Voices in Translation (Sundial House, Columbia University Press), The Ecopoetry Anthology: Volume II (Trinity University Press) and Trespassing in the Archive: Poetry in Conversation with History (Rowan & Littlefield Publishing Group). She has edited the special issue, Ni de aquí, ni de allá: Stories of Migration, Belonging, and Saudade for Portales, the Undergraduate Research Journal of the Latin American and Iberian Cultures Department at Columbia University. She is a finalist of the Changing Light Award from Livingston Press at the University of West Alabama.