The Masters Review: Now Accepting Submissions

Written by Ella Peary | June 8, 2017

The Masters Review is a print and online publication for new and emerging fiction and narrative nonfiction authors. They are seeking the most gifted new authors in hopes of showcasing talent that will continue to produce excellent work. They also publish reviews of books by brand new authors, interviews with established authors, critical essays, and contest deadlines with the aim of connecting new authors with the current literary market. To get a sense of their style, you can read The Masters Review online.

The Masters Review accepts submissions year-round and publishes new online content monthly. New and emerging authors who have not published a novel-length work of fiction or narrative nonfiction are welcome to submit. Authors of short story collections are also welcome. The Masters Review pays authors $0.10 per word, up to $200. They are highly selective, but do not charge submission fees.

Fiction and nonfiction authors may submit work, 5,000 words or fewer, accompanied by a cover letter detailing previous publications. Submitting authors cannot have a novel forthcoming at the time of submission. The Masters Review accepts polished, finely crafted fiction and narrative nonfiction in all genres and styles. Submitting authors can expect a response within eight to twelve weeks.

The Masters Review accepts submissions online, but not via post or email. They accept simultaneous submissions, but ask that authors immediately withdraw work published elsewhere. They also accept multiple submissions.

If you would like to learn more or submit to The Masters Review, please visit their website at https://mastersreview.com/submissions/.