Robert Frede Kenter is a writer, editor & visual artist, founder & editor-in-chief of Ice Floe Press. Poems, theatre work, essays, art, hybrids, collaborations and prose works have been published widely including, most recently: Burning House Press, Anti Heroin Chic, Cough, Twist in Time, Visual Verse, Anthropocene, and others. Tweets @frede_kenter
Moira J Saucer (Managing Editor): is a disabled poet living in the Alabama Wiregrass. She holds an MFA from the University of Arkansas, (Fayetteville) Creative Writing Program and an MA in English from the University of Delaware. Moira worked for nearly two decades as a p.r./communications executive and professional writer editor. Her poems have been published by Burning House Press, Visual Verse, Mookychick, Fly on the Wall Poetry Press, and Ice Floe Press. Her debut collection is forthcoming in 2021 from Ice Floe Press. She is co-editor with Robert Frede Kenter of the Ice Floe Press New Works project.
Elisabeth Horan (Co-Editor): is an imperfect creature advocating for animals, children and those suffering alone and in pain – especially those ostracized by disability and mental illness. Elisabeth is EIC of Animal Heart Press and also glides along as a Poetry Editor at IceFloe Press, Toronto. She has books out with Fly on the Wall Poetry Press, Twist in Time Press, Rhythm & Bones Press, with books forthcoming in 2020 from Fly on the Wall and Hedgehog Poetry Press. Twitter: @ehoranpoet & ehoranpoet.com
Ankh Spice (Co-Editor): is a sea-obsessed poet from Aotearoa whose work has appeared in a fair number of online and printed publications including Ice Floe Press, Black Bough Poetry, Rhythm & Bones, Fly on the Wall Press, Elephants Never, The Failure Baler, Anti-Heroin Chic, Truly U Review, Kissing Dynamite, Re-Side, Fevers of the Mind (Leonard Cohen anthology), Burning House Press, Headline Poetry, and Pixel Heart. Two of his poems have been nominated for Pushcart Prize this year (Black Bough Poetry and Rhythm & Bones), and his chapbook and micro-chapbook are currently out sailing, looking to drop anchor. He’s grateful to everyone who has ever taken the time to see him properly, and is doing his very best to get used to feeling worthy of it. Ankh absolutely believes that kindness is a real-life superpower which can change the place we’re in, and that everyone should open their eyes several times and look closer. You’ll find him trying to infect everyone with kindness and curiosity. Linktree: https://linktr.ee/SeaGoatScreamsPoetry Twitter @SeaGoatScreams Facebook @AnkhSpiceSeagoatScreamsPoetry.
Adedayo Adeyemi Agarau (New Voices International Editor): @adedayo_agarau is a human nutritionist, documentary photographer, and author of two chapbooks, For Boys Who Went & The Arrival of Rain. Adedayo was shortlisted for the Babishai Niwe Poetry Prize in 2018, Runner up of the Sehvage Poetry Prize, 2019. Adedayo is an Assistant Editor at Animal Heart Press, a Contributing Editor for Poetry at Barren Magazine and a Poetry reader at Feral. His works have appeared or are forthcoming on Mineral Lit, Glass, Jalada Africa,Linden Avenue, and elsewhere. Adedayo was said to have curated and edited the biggest poetry anthology by Nigerian poets, Memento: An Anthology of Contemporary Nigerian Poetry. His chapbook, Origin of Names, was selected by Chris Abani and Kwame Dawes for New Generation African Poet (African Poetry Book Fund), 2020.
Jakky Bankong-Obi (Co-Editor): is a communications consultant currently living and writing from Abuja, Nigeria. Her work has been featured/forthcoming in London Grip, The Kalahari Review, Amberflorazine, Zarf Poetry, Gutter Magazine, Hobartpulp, Pidgeonholes, Reliquiae Journal (Corbel Stone Press), Memento; An Anthology of Contemporary Nigerian Poetry and others. She enjoys long walks, yoga & dabbling in nature photography. Jakky is on Twitter as Jakky Bankong-Obi (@jakkybeefive) / Twitter.