The Masters Review Blog

May 12

2022 Chapbook Open Shortlist!

At long last: the shortlist for the 2022 Chapbook Open is here! Guest judge Kim Fu will be selecting the winning chapbook from these final eight, which The Masters Review will publish next spring. We’ve read a number of incredible chapbooks over the last 5 months, and we are so grateful to all of our submitters. It was truly a challenge to narrow down to these final eight; Kim Fu has their work cut out for them! Congratulations to our shortlisted and notable chapbooks, and thank you once again to all of our submitters. Check back next month for the results!


The Duncan Deal by Rex Adams

Ghosts are Everywhere by Leanne Dunic

Working the Banks by Sam Dunnington

Everywhere, Tony Danza by Wendy Oleson

My Bluest Eyes, My Eyes So Blue by Raquel Pidal

Sleight by David Schwartz

What Happened (a Montage) by Victoria Sottosanti

Coats by Naomi Telushkin

Notable Chapbooks

Hum by Lucas Flatt

Trailer Treasure by Amanda Hadlock

His Raucous Girls by Kim Henderson

Small Tales: Stories by Nancy Quinn

Distance by Sharon Wahl


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