Seven Finalists Announced for the 2020 CPR Editors’ Prize

Cider Press Review editors are thankful for the thousands of brilliant poetry submissions that come across our (virtual) desks each year. We are delighted to be able to announce seven amazing finalists for our Editors’ Prize Book Award (in alphabetical order):

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  • The Body He Left Behind
  • Book of Years
  • Clio’s Daughter with Hair on Fire
  • Landscape with Woman Turning
  • The Sliding Boat Our Bodies Make
  • Stepping Over
  • Swan Wife

We hope to make a final decision within the next two weeks.

Meanwhile, CPR will be accepting manuscripts for the 2020 CPR Book Award until December 15th, 2020. Final Judge for the 2020 Book Award is Professor Amber Flora Thomas.


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