Tag: The Masters Review

  • The Masters Review 2021 Flash Fiction Contest Winners

    The Masters Review has announced the winners of its 2021 Flash Fiction Contest judged by Stuart Dybek.

    In first place, we have Tanya Perkins with “Agora é Sempre” in which “a mere thousand words encompasses oceans complete with their currents, riptides, rogue waves. and rolling plastic.”

    In second place, is “Play That Again” by John Glowney. “As the title suggests, an odd set of piano lessons becomes a story that is also about music and emotion, and youth, and the recognition of beauty.”

    Candice May’s “How to Develop (Film)” took home third place with its use of modernistic techniques that never overwhelm the underlying story.

    You can read all three pieces on The Masters Review‘s Blog.

    Don’t forget, The Masters Review has two contests currently open to submissions: Novel Excerpt Contest (deadline 11/30) and the Chapbook Open for Emerging Writers (deadline 12/31).

  • Masters Review Winter Short Story Award Winner & Anthology X Finalists Announced

    Phew, August has found The Masters Review making a lot of announcements.

    First, they announced that Dean Jamieson is the winner of their Winter 2020-21 Short Story Award for New Writers. His winning story, “Straight to My Heart” can be read online. Plus, they also have an interview with Dean.

    Corey Flintoff’s “Collection Of The Artist” took home second place. The story and an interview with Corey is also available.

    Then they announced the ten finalists selected by guest judge Diane Cook for publication in The Masters Review Anthology X.

    The Bird Rattle by Chelsy Diaz Amaya

    Atlas, Bayonet, (War) Correspondence: An Abecedarian by Tanya Bellehumeur-Allatt

    Limbs by Megan Callahan

    Do Not Duplicate by John Darcy

    Resurrection by Hilary Dean

    Comfort Animals by Travis Eisenbise

    Persimmon by Elissa C. Huang

    All That Is or Ever Was or Ever Will Be by Eliana Ramage

    A String of Lapis Beads by Greg Schutz

    Sugar by Francis Walsh

    And finally, they have announced that Nick Almeida’s Masterplans has won their inaugural chapbook contest. The book is forthcoming in Fall 2021 and you can read the titular story right now as a preview of what’s to come.

  • The Masters Review Announces Inaugural Chapbook Award Finalists & Winner

    The Masters Review has announced the finalists and winner of their inaugural Chapbook Award judged by Steve Almond. The winning manuscript is Masterplans by Nick Almeida. His chapbook is set to be published in the fall.

    Finalists were Deep Blue by Jay Allison and Oscillations by Tanya Perkins.

    Don’t forget their Anthology Contest closes to entries on March 28 at midnight PST.

  • Contest :: The Masters Review Anthology IX

    The Masters Review Anthology IX Contest flier

    Deadline: March 29, 2020
    The Masters Review opens submissions to produce our annual anthology, a collection of ten stories and essays written by the best emerging authors. Our aim is to showcase ten writers who we believe will continue to produce great work. The ten winners are nationally distributed in a printed book with their stories and essays exposed to top agents, editors, and authors across the country. This year, the anthology contest will be judged by Rick Bass. We’re looking for your best work up to 7000 words. Please note you must not have published a novel-length work at the time of submission. mastersreview.com/anthology/

  • Masters Review: New Writing on the Net

    Masters Review: New Writing on the Net January 2020.

    “In our first edition of New Writing on the Net for 2020, The Masters Review reader Nicole VanderLinden shares her suggestions for your weekend reading list, all selected from the best new writing published online in the previous month! Happy new year!”

    Featured this month is fiction from Grist Online, Lunch Ticket, JuxtaProse, Juked, SmokeLong Quarterly, Hobart, and Crack the Spine.

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