Collection CP - The Cyder Press Collection

"Mahler's Goethe: the Literary Contexts of the Eighth Symphony" by Dr Simon Barker ""A Bitter Truth": Wilfred Owen and First World War Poetry" by Peter Widdowson "'John Henry Newman's Dream of Gerontius'" by Simon Dentith "Love Letters from the Front: John Nash to Christine Kühlenthal: France 1916-1917" "As Told to a Child" by Robert Frost "Homing In: Selected Local Poems" by U A Fanthorpe "Down Cheltenham Way: An anthology of writing about Cheltenham through the ages"

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The Cyder Press Collection

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  • c.1999 - 2012 (Creation)

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(1990 - 2001)

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(2001 - present)

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The Cyder Press was a small press, established by Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Education in 1998 as an extension of the resources provided by the College's existing Dymock Poets Archive and Study Centre.

The principal function of the Press was to reprint long out-of-print or little-known works by the Dymock Poets themselves, and by other writers with cognate regional, literary or period connections. Each volume was introduced by a contemporary scholar.

In addition The Cyder Press also published the annual Laurie Lee Memorial Lecture, sponsored by the University at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.

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Open for consultation. Access via appointment

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