How the Balaton Wine Survived,
by Jessica Jewell

Most of the soil takes in the seeds and what are left darken into the volcanic loam. One sunbeam each for the sprouts. The wind empties out of the lake and climbs the sharp hillsides. At the top, the church bell announces Sunday lunch. Startled, Agnes Varga drops the bowl of peas. Something you might … Continue reading How the Balaton Wine Survived,
by Jessica Jewell

Jessica Jewell

Jessica Jewell is the Program Coordinator for the Wick Poetry Center at Kent State University. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Nimrod, the American Poetry Journal, Harpur Palate, Copper Nickel, Rhino, Barn Owl Review, and Poetry Midwest, among others. Her chapbook, Slap Leather, was published by dancing girl press in 2011, and she … Continue reading Jessica Jewell

CPR Volume 15-1 Is Now Online

Cider Press review, Volume 15, Issue 1 is now online, featuring new poems from Suzanne Allen, Adrienne Drobnies, Una Nichols Hynum, Jessica Jewell, Adela Najarro, Ann Pelletier, Linda Pennisi, Terry Savoie, Lauren Shimulunas, Brian Simoneau, Carole A. Stasiowski, and Charles Wyatt.  L. S. Bassen reviews Midnight Lantern: New and Selected Poems, by Tess Gallagher and … Continue reading CPR Volume 15-1 Is Now Online