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Future masters sought

The Masters Review is a US-based online and print publication celebrating new and emerging writers. The editors are on the lookout for new voices with hopes of publishing stories from writers who will continue to produce great work.

The New Voices programme is open for submissions year round by any writer who has not published a book length work of fiction or non-fiction. Payment is 10¢ per word up to $200 for writing up to 5,000 words. If you are happy to wait for the usual response time of 8-12 weeks submission is free, or you can choose to pay $5 for a response within two weeks. Read recent New Voices stories online at: The page also has a link to an complete archive of earlier stories. If you have any questions, email

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