After over a dozen years of print-only publishing, Cider Press Review is taking the journal digital.
Beginning July, 2012, Cider Press Review will publish its poetry journal online in four quarterly volumes. Look for new issues in July, October, January, and April. We still love the print journal, so each spring, we will also publish a “Best of…” print edition featuring the the best new work from the previous calendar year.
We will begin accepting submissions to the online journal March 1.
Cider Press Review, Volume 13, the last print-only edition of CPR will be released April, 2013. Look for our first “Best of Cider Press Review” print edition in April, 2014.
Cider Press Review will be joining other Southern California literary publishers and host Poetry International for their annual Publishing Fair. The Publishing Fair will be held in Love Library on the campus of San Diego State University on Monday, March 19th, 2012 from 4-9 pm.
Find CPR in SDSU’s Love Library, Room 430-431.
Fugue for Other Hands by Joseph Fasano has won the 2011 Cider Press Book Award.
Judge Jeanne Marie Beaumont says about Fugue for Other Hands:
“to my mind this book embodies “further, deeper, wilder”…. It is never timid or tamed, has no easy comfort or uplift to offer but immerses us in the disturbances of living on this mortal earth from start to finish.”
Fugue for Other Hands will be released January, 2013 from Cider Press Review.
Joseph Fasano was born and raised in New York State’s Hudson River Valley. He earned a BA in philosophy from Harvard University in 2005 and an MFA from Columbia University in 2008. His poems have appeared in The Yale Review, The Times Literary Supplement, Tin House, FIELD, The Southern Review, and Boston Review, among other journals. His poem “Mahler in New York” won the 2008 RATTLE Poetry Prize, and he has been a finalist for the Missouri Review Editors’ Prize, the Times Literary Supplement Poetry Competition, the Kinereth Gensler Award from Alice James Books, and the Autumn House Press Poetry Prize. He has also been a semifinalist for the “Discovery”/Boston Review Poetry Contest and the Mid-American Review James Wright Poetry Award, as well as a Pushcart Prize nominee.
Joseph Fasano has taught at Columbia University and SUNY Purchase, and he currently teaches literature and writing at Manhattanville College.