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Greetings from The Masters Review

We're reaching out because of our mission to support emerging writers. The Masters Review focuses exclusively on new and emerging writers, publishing fiction and narrative nonfiction online, book reviews for debut authors, craft essays, interviews, and many other resources. Each year we pair with a New York Times bestselling author to produce our anthology, a ten-story collection of the best emerging writers, which is distributed nationally in addition to an exclusive mailing to editors, agents, and publishers. The anthology is one of our favorite projects each year and is an important part of our mission.  Submissions to The Masters Review Volume IV with stories selected by Kevin Brockmeier are now open, and we are asking our friends to help spread the word. We have included some ready-to-share information below for email, twitter, or facebook should you think this would be well received by your readership. We thank for your help in this endeavor.
 
"If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking." -- Haruki Murakami
 
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Submissions for The Masters Review Volume IV with stories selected by Kevin Brockmeier are open now! Kevin Brockmeier and The Masters Review team are looking for fiction and nonfiction from emerging writers. $5000 awarded to authors. Selected writers receive print publication and exposure to top agents, editors, and authors across the country. Deadline for submissions: March 31, 2015.
 
For more info or to submit a story, visit their submissions page: https://mastersreview.com/submissions/
 
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Submissions to the @MastersReview are open! Judge: Kevin Brockmeier. $5000 in prizes. Open to all emerging writers: http://bit.ly/1xYKpEA
 
Email - We've summarized our mission and why we work so hard for emerging writers below. We would really apprecaite if you have the time for this information in an email or newsletter to your readership and literary communities.
 
SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN for
The Masters Review Volume IV

Judged by Kevin Brockmeier
Deadline: March 31st
Submit now!
 
At The Masters Review, our goal is to publish and promote the work of emerging writers. One of the ways we do this is through an annual anthology. Our guest judge this year is author Kevin Brockmeier. Mr. Brockmeier and The Masters Review staff are looking for the best fiction and narrative nonfiction from emerging writers, which we consider to be authors who have not yet published a novel-length work. The top ten writers selected for publication will be nationally distributed with their work exposed to top agents, editors, and authors across the country. Published authors receive a total of $5000 in prizes.

“I’ve actually been solicited for work several times since publishing in the Master’s Review.” Joe Worthen, Volume III

“I’ve had such a busy semester, and never reached out to say thank you for all the work you all did on The Masters Review. It’s a beautiful book. I was even contacted by a literary agent, which is so neat, but also quite nerve-racking. Time to work on some fiction!” Drew Ciccolo, Volume III

“You guys have been great about promoting your authors and your literary magazine, and I can’t thank you enough for that. I’ve had at least one other litmag solicit work from me based on contact they’ve had with The Masters Review.” Rachael Warecki, Volume I
 
"The Masters Review Volume III delights with a stunningly eclectic array of voices, uniform only in their excellence. This anthology is a testament to the health of contemporary literature."
-- Laura van den Berg, author of Find Me and The Isle of Youth  


Submissions for our annual printed anthology are open now. Thank you very much for spreading the word -- we're excited to hear from your writers! Lastly, if there's anything we can do for your organization, please let us know.
 
Warmly,

The Masters Review team

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