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Nov 25

New: Connu, Curated Short Stories

connuingAttention readers, writers, and anyone who loves a good story. Connu is a new app available through iTunes in which today’s best and most established literary voices recommend up-and-coming writers. It’s as if you asked Joyce Carol Oates which new author she’s most excited about reading and then she handed you a story from that author. It’s pretty fantastic. Many of these well-known writers have also contributed stories themselves, so it’s like a literary pool of awesome in which you get to enjoy seasoned, established writing, and be first to see some of today’s best up-and-comers.

And lo, there are a few Masters Review voices on the Connu scene. Masters Review Volume I author Rachel Warecki has contributed a story, as well as Masters Review 2012 judge, Lauren Groff.

The app is currently in beta, which means it’s free to download and enjoy… for now. So run — don’t walk — and get your hands on today’s best new literary fiction app.

One Comment on “New: Connu, Curated Short Stories”

  • The Masters Review | Crossing Paths March 28th, 2014 9:08 am

    […] blogged about Connu before. They pair with established judges to select stories from emerging writers and post them online and […]