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    Seventeen Books We’re Looking Forward To in Early 2023

    Seventeen Books We’re Looking Forward To in Early 2023

    2023 is already off to a terrific start with new releases—and so many more are still to come. We’ve compiled a shortlist of the books we’re most looking forward to this year. If these aren’t on your radar yet, then…

    The Masters Review’s Anthology Vol. XII Submissions are Now Open!

    The Masters Review’s Anthology Vol. XII Submissions are Now Open!

    Submissions are open starting today until April 2nd for TMR’s Anthology Volume XII! This year’s guest judge is Toni Jensen, author of Carry: A Memoir of Survival on Stolen Land and the story collection From the Hilltop. Jensen will be…

    Final Call: 2022-2023 Winter Short Story Award for New Writers, Judged by Morgan Talty!

    Final Call: 2022-2023 Winter Short Story Award for New Writers, Judged by Morgan Talty!

    Today is the final day to get those submissions in to this year’s Winter Short Story Award for New Writers! We’re looking for your best—up to 6,000 words. The winners will receive cash prizes, publication and agency review. Submissions may…

    September Selects: “A Dictionary of How Things Break” by Nora Studholme

    September Selects: “A Dictionary of How Things Break” by Nora Studholme

    Today, we’re thrilled to share the first winner of our September Selects series! Nora Studholme’s “A Dictionary of How Things Break” was chosen by The Masters Review‘s staff as the winner of our Hermit Crab category. Study up on your terms below, and check back on Friday for a profile with the writer. Congratulations, Nora! The cracks don’t show like they do on glass. You think at first people are like water. They close over a hundred tiny wounds again…

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    Fiction. Essays. Edits. Experts.

    Submissions are open for Anthology Vol. XII, our annual printed book, with essays and stories from emerging writers. Toni Jensen, author of Carry and From the Hilltop, will select the 10 winners for this year's prize. Submissions are open until April 2nd of prose up to 7000 words. Be sure to check out our calendar page, which highlights more upcoming projects, and remember, our New Voices submission category is free to submit and pays for stories. It's all part of our mission to offer a quality platform for emerging writers.
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