Cider Press Review


Type Of Organization
Press
Phone
(717) 417-8596
Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
A Journal of Contemporary Poetry

Social Media Platforms Used
Facebook, Twitter
Is Your Group Affiliated With A University, Portal Or Other Agency?
no
Primary Editor/Contact Person
Caron Andregg
Contact Title
Publisher
Contact Email
Publishes
poetry, reviews
Representative Authors
Jeanne Larsen, Grant Clauser, Devon Miller-Duggan
Submissions Policy
Cider Press Review, a journal of contemporary poetry, seeks to discover and publish the best of new poetry written in English. CPR actively seeks new original work and translations into English from both established and emerging poets. Our only criterion is excellence.
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions
Yes
Simultaneous Submissions Accepted
yes
Reading Period
Varies
Reporting Time
01 - 12 months
Author Payments
none, copies
Contests
CPR offers two book awards each calendar year, the Editors’ Prize in spring and the Cider Press Review Book Award in fall.
Year Founded
1999
Distributors
Small Press Distribution
E-distributors
Amazon
Wholesalers
Small Press Distribution
Number Of Books Published Per Year
2
Titles In Print
24
Paperback
100
Average Price Per Book
17.95
Average Price Per E-Book
7.95
Name
Caron Andregg
Title
Publisher / Editor-in-Chief
How Did You Arrive At Your Current Position?
Founder of press.
What Is The Staff Structure At Your Magazine/press?
Publisher / Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor (Acting/ Volunteer) Readers (Volunteer) Managing Editor (Emeritus)
Do You Have Any Cover Letter Advice?
Keep it short and direct. Include a short third-person bio that we might be able to use should we publish your poem(s)
How Are Submissions Processed In Your Magazine/press?
Submissions are first read by trained readers, who then pass likely candidates up the chain to the Managing Editor, who then passes them up to the Editor-in-Chief. Final decisions are made by the Editor-in-Chief with the Managing Editor.
What Do You Look For In A Submission?
We look for writing that is rich in substance, both of subject and craft. We want to be surprised and genuinely thrilled, not simply shocked. We also love to see a writer with a keen, clear eye for the world.
What Advice Do You Have For First-time Submitters?
Proofread and revise meticulously. Don't waste your or our time by sending "B"-list work. Stay within the guideline sub limits, and put your name and contact info on EVERY PAGE in case your work is printed and the pages separate.

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