Ice Floe, the celebrated and award-winning journal of
circumpolar poetry, returns as an annual book series.
This first volume collects the best of Ice Floe’s first seven
years along with exciting new poetry from Alaska,
Canada, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia.
All work is presented in both its original language and
in English translation. Contributors include former
Alaska poet laureate John Haines, Gunnar Harding,
Robert Bly, Lennart Sjögren, and dozens of other established
and emerging voices from the northern latitudes.
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