My Favorite Tyrants by Joanne Diaz
Reviewed by Caron Andregg

by Caron Andregg “Surely, there’s something beyond this” is the last phrase in Joanne Diaz’s Brittingham Prize-winning collection My Favorite Tyrants, and as fitting a last line has probably never been penned. Diaz’s finely-rendered poems are at once deeply personal narratives and meditations on the larger universal forces molding the self.  The intimate is revealed … Continue reading My Favorite Tyrants by Joanne Diaz
Reviewed by Caron Andregg

Caron Andregg

Caron Andregg is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Cider Press Review. Her poems have appeared in print and online journals, and in the anthology Line Drives: 100 Contemporary Baseball Poems (2002, Southern Illinois University Press). In her non-poetic life, she owns SeaCliff Media Marketing, a Web design, eBook and marketing company, with too much help … Continue reading Caron Andregg

Position Opening:
CPR is looking for a new
Chief Editor

Cider Press Review, a poetry quarterly of twenty-one years’ standing, is seeking a new chief editor for its poetry journal, its two annual book award contests (the Cider Press Review Book Award, fall, and the Cider Press Review Editors’ Prize, spring), its website, and its ongoing project of digitizing the journal’s back issues. Founding editor … Continue reading Position Opening:
CPR is looking for a new
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