The Massachusetts Review is thrilled to announce our nominations for the 2019 Pushcart Prize. We're grateful for how much amazing work we recieve, and proud to have published such wonderful poetry and prose.
"The Blood and the Lamb" by Emma Bolden
(Vol. 59, Issue 3, Fall 2018)
"Invasive Species" by Amit Majmudar
(Vol. 59, Issue 4,...
MR's Summer 2017 issue artist, Laurent Chéhère, has new work for his "Flying Houses" series, featured on the cover and portfolio of the issue. The series was recently featured at NYC's Muriel Guépin Gallery, and will be the focus of a book released this fall.
Laurent Chéhère is a Parisian artist living in the district of Menilmontant,which he describes as “a real Tower of Babel where you can meet the whole world.” His digitally-retouched photographs...
We knew our TRUTH issue (Winter 2017) was full of talented writers and artists, and we are happy to report that we're not alone. Two essays from the issue—"Prospects for Survival" by Noam Chomasky and "You Are the Phenomenology," by Junper Pirze-winner Tim O'Keefe—have been selected for 2018's Best American Essays, ...
We are thrilled to announce that Jenn Dean, author of Working Titles 2.4, THE KEEPERS OF THE GHOST BIRD, has won the 2018 John Burroughs Association Award for Best Nature Essay for this work.