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2011 Cider Press Review Book Award Now Open

The editors are now accepting submissions for the 2011 Cider Press  Book Award.

The annual Cider Press Review Book Award offers a $1,500 prize (as of 2010), publication, and 25 author’s copies of a book length collection of poetry. Author receives a standard publishing contract. Initial print run is not less than 1,000 copies.  Learn more at the Bookaward page.

The final judge for the 2011 CPR Book Award is Jeanne Marie Beaumont.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Manuscripts may be submitted either electronically or by mail. Please review our COMPLETE GUIDELINES before entering. Submit 48-80 pages of original poetry in English not previously published in book form (individual poems may have been previously published in journals, anthologies, and chapbooks). No SASE required — No manuscripts will be returned.  All entrants will receive notification via email, or can see results on the website. Contest entry fee: $25.00. All entrants will receive a copy of the winning book and a one-issue subscription to Cider Press Review.

CPR encourages all entrants to use our electronic submissions system; it is fast, secure, and efficient; it saves time, trees, postage, and annoyance for both authors and editors.  You may also send your manuscript via standard mail.  All mailed entries must be postmarked no later than November 30th of the contest year.

Entrants are also encouraged to remit the $25 Book Award entry fee via PayPal.

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BY SUBMITTING A MANUSCRIPT TO THE CIDER PRESS REVIEW BOOK AWARD AND REMITTING THE ENTRY FEE, THE AUTHOR AGREES TO BE BOUND BY OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

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2010 CPR Book Award Winner

Liz Robbins of St. Augustine, Florida won the 2010 Cider Press Review Book Award for Play Button, selected by judge Patricia Smith. Runners-up included My Dear, Dear Stagger Grass by Susan Laughter Meyers, and
Permanent Collection by Stefanie Wortman.

Ms. Robbins receives an award of $1,500, and her book will be published by Cider Press in 2012.

The annual award is given for a poetry collection. The next deadline is November 30.

2010 Pushcart Prize Nominations

The editors are pleased to nominate the following works for the Pushcart Prize:

Colleen McKee — “Blue Like an Orange”

Susan Grimm — “You’ve Got to Excuse the April in Me”

Naoko Fujimoto — “June Ink”

Christine Hope Starr — “Regarding the Chocolate Beet Cake”

Adam Penna — “The Lessons Trees Can Teach”

Lindsay Bland — “Sea but Bare Yellow Sand”

All nominated poems appeared in Cider Press Review, Volume 11