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The Masters Review Volume V – Stories Selected by Amy Hempel new

Our very special fifth volume is here! The best stories by emerging writers. This year's collection showcases fiction takes us past the point of what we normally consider about the nature of our own jealousy, the fragility of our bodies, and the complications of parenthood. Selected by the incomparable Amy Hempel, our judge chose "narratives that overturned expectations..." These are the kind of stories that stick to your bones. Order now!

Work by: Josie Sigler, Eliza Robertson, AE Kulze, Katie Young Foster, Jonathan Durbin, Jonathan Nehls, Andres Carlstein, Laurie Baker, Shubha Venugopal, and Kari Shemwell.
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The Masters Review Tote

Tote-ally awesome. Made from sustainable materials, The Masters Review tote has lining made from a re-purposed rice bag, making the inside waterproof and easy to clean. Large pockets on both sides make it perfect for a water container, wine bottle, or your dirty flip flops. Of course there is PLENTY of room for your books. ORDER NOW! Limited supply.

These bags are hand-screened. Expect variations.
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The Masters Review Volume IV – Finalist! INDIEFAB Award

The best short stories by emerging writers. This year's volume showcases fiction selected by bestselling author, Kevin Brockmeier. A man is hired to snuggle, teenagers grow wings, young boys embark on a road trip to steal from their mother. As Kevin Brockmeier puts it: "They all made me feel, as I sat quietly before them, that I was participating more fully in my own experience..."

“The Masters Review is a lovely magazine, in form and content. How awesome it is to see the next generation of writers kicking ass, taking names, and making beautiful art. ” -- Steve Almond

FINALIST! INDIEFAB Award for Best Short Story Collection and Best Anthology
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Gift Pack – All Four Volumes

A great gift for the writer in your life! Get all four volumes of The Masters Review here! Judges: Lauren Groff (Volume I), AM Homes (Volume II), Lev Grossman (Volume III), and Kevin Brockmeier (Volume IV).

“The Masters Review Volume III delights with a stunningly eclectic array of voices, uniform only in their excellence. This anthology is a testament to the health of contemporary literature.” – LAURA VAN DEN BERG,
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The Masters Review Volume III – Winner! INDIEFAB Silver Medal for Best Short Story Collection

Time magazine book critic and New York Times bestselling author, Lev Grossman, selected stories for our third volume.

A giant falls out of the sky, a mother takes her son on an African safari, and a soldier departing for war can't stop buying things. It's all here; ten stories that will amaze and entertain. Winner of the INDIE FAB Silver Medal for Best Short Story Collection.

"They're frightening, funny, sexy, restless, strange, and frequently melancholy..."
-- Lev Grossman
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The Masters Review Volume III: eBook Edition

Time magazine book critic and New York Times bestselling author, Lev Grossman, selected stories for our third volume.

A giant falls out of the sky, a mother takes her son on an African safari, and a soldier departing for war can't stop buying things. It's all here; ten stories that will amaze and entertain.
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The Masters Review Volume II

Women's Prize for Fiction winner and bestselling author, AM Homes, selects stories for our second volume. With work from authors in graduate programs around the world, this collection represents ten unique, talented, and diverse voices.
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The Masters Review Volume II: eBook Edition

Women's Prize for Fiction winner and bestselling author, AM Homes, selects stories for our second volume. With work from authors in graduate programs around the world, this collection represents ten unique, talented, and diverse voices.
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The Masters Review 2012

Explore our inaugural issue with a collection that is serious, heartfelt, and urgent. An introduction and stories selected by Lauren Groff.
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