Smithereens Press Chapbooks


Our Latest Publication:

dikt actions osl london by David Toms and Maren Nygård

Smithereens Press is delighted to announce the publication of
'dikt/actions osl/london', a dual-language collection of poetic conversation between David Toms and Maren Nygård.

David Toms lives in Norway. His poetry has appeared in a wide range of print and online publications including Southword, Banshee, The Penny Dreadful, Translation Ireland, The Honest Ulsterman and others. He has published several chapbooks and one collection, Soma | Sema, which came out in 2011.

Maren Nygård is a poet and translator from Norway. Currently based in West London, where she tries not to take life too seriously, and enjoys writing about London life and life in general with contrast, humour and gin. She finished her studies in creative writing in 2016, specializing in experimental poetry and continues to be inspired by poets like Allen Ginsberg and Jane Yeh.

Smithereens Press Catalogue:

dikt/actions osl/london by David Toms and Maren Nygård The Beautiful Untogether by Catherine Walsh The Immediate Future by Trevor Joyce female corpse by Sheila Mannix PLAYS by Maurice Scully Traces by Kevin Graham 32 Nights by Keith Tuma The Sea Path by Ciarán O'Rourke The Lighthouses by Daragh Breen Rootless by Jennifer Matthews Taking the Oath Left Behind by Colm Scully Atoll by Dylan Brennan Kodalith by David Lloyd Dordéan, do Chroí - A Hummingbird, your Heart by Doireann Ní Ghríofa The Night Ahead by Tom French Three Red Things by Christine Murray from Pensato by Billy Mills LllOovVee by Aodán McCardle Zero at the Bone by David Wheatley Rain by Maurice Scully The Server Room by Conor O'Callaghan