A Brief History of Mine
by Nancy Carol Moody

I am driving around the night in a pickup truck with no lights in the dash. A 70 mile-per-hour egg, and I am its yolk. Or maybe not 70. Without illumination, how to reckon one’s own speed? —wind like spinning tires carving ruts in my hair. —skin peeling back, one indiscernible layer at a time. … Continue reading A Brief History of Mine
by Nancy Carol Moody

Nancy Carol Moody

Nancy Carol Moody lives in Eugene, Oregon, and is the author of Photograph With Girls (Traprock Books). Her poems have appeared in The Journal, Salamander, The New York Quarterly, The Los Angeles Review and Nimrod. She has just completed a new manuscript titled The House of Nobody Home. Nancy can be found online at www.nancycarolmoody.com.

CPR Best of Volume 16 Now Available

After more than a week of stuffing envelopes, the hard-copy “Best of Volume 16” Cider Press Review is on its way to contributors, subscribers, and former Book Award contest entrants. The “Best of” issue features poems by Rebecca Baggett, Carol Berg, Jennifer Jackson Berry, Maggie Blake, Ace Boggess, John Bradley, Christine Butterworth-McDermott, Sharon Chmielarz, Lisa … Continue reading CPR Best of Volume 16 Now Available