In 2022, Ice Floe Press we are currently looking for submissions for 3 new/ ongoing web-based projects.
We are currently closed to unsolicited book manuscripts.
we encourage you to check out our website, the various projects we run and our bookstore to gain more appreciation of the kinds of work we publish before submitting. TY, Robert & Moira, Adedayo, Ankh, Jakky, Vic., & Eli, and our sunny, sundry sensational guest eds.
- Coming Summer-Autumn, 2022 to Ice Floe Press: Cassandra / Chorale a new experimental series for our Subterranean Chatter Series. Now open for submissions! Work will be accepted at: IceFloeProjects@gmail.com
2. Ongoing: PANDEMIC DISPATCHES. Send work to Robert & Moira at IcefloeProjects@gmail.com (Subject heading: Pandemic D).
3. GEOGRAPHIES 2022: NEW WORKS.
Open by invitation and open-submission period at: IceFloeProjects@gmail.com. Title your submission: Geographies 2022
Now Closed for subs and Running on our Website:
WORK AND THE ANTHROPOCENE
New International Voices, a series curated by Adedayo Agarau and asst-editor V.C. McCabe is now closed for Submissions. TY everyone for creating such a profound and ground-breaking series, circa: 2020-2022! Watch for news here and enjoy reading the web-series, which shall include a few more pieces before it formally ends in this iteration!
ICE FLOE PRESS encourages work by writers and artists self-defined as disabled, queer, LGBTQA, black and brown, international, emerging, older, marginalized, neurodivergent, those with health issues, and otherwise under-represented, online and in-print. We feature and promote creative poetics and experimental, boundary-breaking writing and art, from narrative to abstract, hybrids to collaboration, VISPO, concrete, mixed-media, time-based et. al. however one wishes to define/interpret a fluidity in categories and genres.
General inquiries can be directed to Ice Floe Press at: Icefloe22@gmail.com
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