Annick Yerem (EIC) is a German/ Scottish Poet who lives and works in Berlin. She has been published by River Mouth Review, Anti-Heroin-Chic, Eat the Storms, iamb, Green Ink Poetry, Ethel Zine, The Dirigible Balloon, Roi Fainéant, Sledgehammer Lit and others.

You can read and hear some of her poems here.

Her book, St Eisenberg and the Sunshine Bus, was published by Hedgehog Poetry Press UK in August 2022.

You can contact Annick on Twitter @missyerem or at

Yogi is Podenco-in-Chief of Sídhe Press. He mostly does marketing (see above), but it is also his job to keep his human co-worker as fit as possible so that she can buy more snacks for him.

Mo Schoenfeld is our co-editor for the upcoming first anthology about dementia. This is Mo:

I’m a ‘born-again poet’ living in Oxfordshire, UK. I started participating in writing prompt challenges on Twitter during early summer 2020, then took some courses with @MumWrite, then participated in various other readings, launches and workshops since then, online. 

Since August 2020, I’ve been online published in Irisi Magazine (, The Best Haiku 2021 Anthology and the upcoming The Best Haiku 2022 Anthology (, with the 2022 the haiku winning one of two ‘Judges Special Mention’ prizes, Tiny Wren Lit ( and several times on Pure Haiku’s blog (

I’ve appeared in print in ‘Poetry in 13: Volume 3 (2020)’ and ‘From One Line: Volume 2’ (2021) (as well as a forthcoming From One Line volume). One of my micro-poems appears in the inaugural issue of The Storms in August 2022, published by the creators of the Eat the Storms poetry podcast.