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    An Interview with Diane Zinna, Author of The All-Night Sun

    An Interview with Diane Zinna, Author of The All-Night Sun

    Diane Zinna is a longtime champion of the literary community and author of the debut novel, The All-Night Sun, out on July 14 from Random House. Diane was kind enough to correspond with The Masters Review Reader, Courtney Harler, about…

    New Voices: “The Driver” by Samantha Xiao Cody

    New Voices: “The Driver” by Samantha Xiao Cody

    “‘The Driver’ opens with the image of expensive, imported lemon trees being painstakingly transplanted into non-native soil; we know from the outset that this will be a story of contrasts,” Kimberly King Parsons, our 2019-2020 Winter Short Story Award for…

    2020 Summer Workshop Now Open!

    2020 Summer Workshop Now Open!

    Every year, we offer a remote summer workshop featuring guest editors with experience editing journals like Paris Review, American Short Fiction, and (the sadly now-shuttered) Tin House. Get your manuscripts whipped into shape with feedback from your preferred editor by…

    “Mythbusting: All Workshops Are Created Equal” by Katey Schultz

    “Mythbusting: All Workshops Are Created Equal” by Katey Schultz

    In the culmination of her Mythbusting series, and the follow-up to last month’s “Why Workshops Can Kill Your Writing“, Katey Schultz is back this month to break down what a writer should do when preparing to enter a workshop—at the right time. And if you missed them, read Part One and Part Two from earlier this year! All Workshops Are Created Equal Last month I went out on a limb, stating that workshopping your writing should be the exception in…

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    Fiction. Essays. Edits. Experts.

    The Summer Short Story Award for New Writers is open until August 30th. This year's finalists will be selected by Kali Fajardo-Anstine! The winner receives $3000, publication, and agency review. Be sure to check out or 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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