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Student Ning Sullivan's Work Published in The Massachusetts Review!

Student Ning Sullivan's Work Published in The Massachusetts Review!

by Writing Workshops Staff

A month ago


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Student Ning Sullivan's Work Published in The Massachusetts Review!

by Writing Workshops Staff

A month ago


Student Ning Sullivan's Work Published in The Massachusetts Review!

Congratulations to Ning Sullivan! Her excellent short story "Mizugiwa" is featured in the Spring 2022 Issue of Massachusetts Review!

Ning worked on this story with Morgan Talty in his 3-Month mentorship program last year.

We're excited for you, Ning, and looking forward to seeing more of your great work out in the wild!

The Massachusetts Review, a literary magazine, promotes social justice and equality, along with great art. Committed to aesthetic excellence as well as public engagement, MR publishes literature and art that provokes debate, inspires action, and expands our understanding of the world around us.

Founded in 1959 by a group of professors from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst College, Mount Holyoke, and Smith, the Massachusetts Review is one of the nation’s leading literary magazines, distinctive in joining the highest level of artistic concern with pressing public issues. As The New York Times observed, “It is amazing that so much significant writing on race and culture appears in one magazine.”  MR was named one of the top ten literary journals in 2008 by the Boston Globe.

 

A 200-page quarterly of fiction, poetry, essays, and the visual arts by both emerging talents and established authors, including Pulitzer and Nobel prizewinners, special issues have covered women’s rights, civil rights, and Caribbean, Canadian, and Latin American literatures.

 

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