You are expected to be more decorous than linoleum
by Amanda Lou Doster

It is unseemly to wash your hair in snowmelt. Impolite to discuss your lover with your husband, but since you asked in sixty four years we will dissolve. All of us. There will be stories about onions growing claws in crisper drawers; no one will remember what they meant. If I had tender white shoots, … Continue reading You are expected to be more decorous than linoleum
by Amanda Lou Doster

Amanda Lou Doster

Amanda Lou Doster’s¬†chapbook “Permission to Go Home” is forthcoming in 2016 from Slate Roof Press. She was a finalist in the 2011 Hedgerow Books competition and the winner of the 2009 Poet’s Seat Poetry Contest. She holds an MFA from the University of New Hampshire and lives with her husband and son on an acre … Continue reading Amanda Lou Doster

Volume 18, Issue 1 is Now Online

Cider Press Review, Volume 18, Issue 1, is now online. Enjoy new poems by Maria Sanz (translated by Lola Hidalgo-Calle and Mark Putnam), Tim Cresswell, M.K. Foster, Colin Schmidt, Yehoshua November, LeRoy Sorensen, Yuko Taniguchi, Ben Debus, Mary Moore, Elijah Burrell, Charles Harper Webb, Amorak Huey, Allison Joseph, Cassandra Cleghorn, Jennifer Highland, Danielle Mitchell, Michael … Continue reading Volume 18, Issue 1 is Now Online