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    September Book Review: Assembly by Natasha Brown

    September Book Review: Assembly by Natasha Brown

    In September’s Book Review, reviewer Alexis David examines Assembly by Natasha Brown, out now from Little, Brown and Company, a book called by The Guardian “a modern Mrs. Dalloway.” David writes, “Mrs. Dalloway is not uncertain in her Britishness, her…

    2021 Chapbook Open! Submit Now

    2021 Chapbook Open! Submit Now

    The 2021 Chapbook Open is ready for your submissions, now through December 31st! This year’s contest will be judged by Matt Bell, who will write an introduction to the book, which will be published next Fall. Find out all the…

    2021 Flash Fiction Contest Shortlist

    2021 Flash Fiction Contest Shortlist

    We’re thrilled to present the shortlist for this year’s Flash Fiction Contest shortlist! It was truly difficult narrowing our selections down to just fifteen stories, but we managed. Stuart Dybek will now have the even more challenging job of picking…

    Reading Through the Awards: The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones

    Reading Through the Awards: The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones

    In a continuation of our series of micro-reviews, assistant editor Brandon Williams brought together a group of ardent readers to give their quick-hit impressions of recent novels which have won major awards from the literary world. Stephen Graham Jones’s The Only Good Indians, winner of the 2021 Shirley Jackson Award, is our next selection. Quick Book Summary (from the official blurb): “[The Only Good Indians] follows the lives of four American Indian men and their families, all haunted by a…

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    Fiction. Essays. Edits. Experts.

    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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