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    Eighteen Books We’re Looking Forward to In Early 2022

    Eighteen Books We’re Looking Forward to In Early 2022

    A new year means new books, and new books mean new most-anticipated lists! We’ve collected (some) of our most anticipated forthcoming releases in the first half of 2022 here. What’s on your radar? Brown Girls by Daphne Palasi Andreades This…

    New Voices: “The Getaway” by Natalie Storey

    New Voices: “The Getaway” by Natalie Storey

    Told in three acts, “The Getaway” is the story of a young writer’s toxic relationship with The Author, a famous older male writer whose confidence and narcissism draws in our narrator, eighteen, still unsure of herself. Natalie Storey inverts the…

    What We Read in 2021

    What We Read in 2021

    Today, The Masters Review staff looks back on the great reading—old and new—that we enjoyed in what seemed like an eternal year. You know how your mind goes blank when a relative you haven’t spoken with in a few years…

    Closing Soon: 2021-2022 Winter Short Story Award for New Writers!

    Closing Soon: 2021-2022 Winter Short Story Award for New Writers!

    This year’s Winter Short Story Award for New Writers is closing for submissions in just over a week. Polish up those manuscripts and send them our way! Ye Chun, author of the collection Hao is judging this year’s contest. Find all the details on our contest page, and submit before the 31st! The 2021-2022 Winter Short Story Award for New Writers is an annual contest that recognizes the best fiction from today’s emerging writers. Judging this year’s contest is Ye…

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    Fiction. Essays. Edits. Experts.

    Now through January 31, submit your best fiction and creative nonfiction to the Winter Short Story Award for New Writers, judged by Ye Chun! $3000 prize, agency review, and online publication to the winner. Our call for chapbooks is open from September 1 through December 31. This year, Matt Bell will be selecting the chapbook that The Masters Review will publish next fall. 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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