Masters Review Author Highlight – Dustin M. Hoffman

August 23, 2013

Dustin M. Hoffman

Meet Dustin M. Hoffman. Dustin is a Masters Review author who recently has a lot to celebrate. Aside from the publication of his story “Almost Touching, Almost Free,” which publishes in The Masters Review this October, Dustin is the recent winner of the Burning River Chapbook Contest for his collection of connected stories titled, Secrets of the Wild. The book will be published by Burning River and will be out next year. Dustin’s recent accolades also include finalist for the Green Mountains Review Brattleboro Literary Festival Flash Fiction Contest and a story forthcoming in the Chicago Literary Magazine, Make.

The Masters Review is thrilled to congratulate Dustin on these incredible achievements. To read “Almost Touching, Almost Free” stay tuned for our publication date, October 1, 2013.

We certainly know how to pick ’em. Congratulations, Dustin!

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