Story feedback from the best editors in the industry. We’re working with Tin House, The Paris Review, and American Short Fiction for our Online Summer Workshop. Writers receive developmental feedback on stories and essays from the comforts of home. We even have a special category for flash. The only catch is, there are limited spots available.
Submissions for our summer Online Workshop are open from August 1 – August 31 UNTIL FULL. There are a limited number of spots available, so don’t wait! All submissions will be processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. When spots are full, submissions close.
Michelle Wildgen – Tin House
Emma Komlos-Hrobsky – Tin House
Jeffery Gleaves – The Paris Review
Adeena Reitberger – American Short Fiction
Nate Brown – American Short Fiction
David Galef – (Flash Fiction Only)
- an editorial letter from your instructor with specific suggestions and developmental edits that will help elevate your story to the next level
- PDF of materials including craft essays from The Masters Review, editorial notes on what we see from the slush pile, information on submission strategies, and additional advice on submitting
- automatic inclusion in a forthcoming Masters Review contest
- suggestions on literary magazines and contests that would be a good fit for your work, along with reading recommendations from your instructor
- a copy of The Masters Review Volume VI with stories selected by Roxane Gay (Ships October 1, 2017)
- Writers will receive feedback no later than September 30. Early submissions may yield earlier feedback
I hope The Masters Review will continue to do these online workshops and do them more frequently. It’s invaluable to get personal feedback from writers and editors of this caliber. –Drew, Summer Workshop