Oct 15 2018
Last Call for Entries!
POETS, ESSAYISTS, WRITERS OF FICTIONS: Time is running out (but you’ve still got a few hours): The deadline for the 28th annual Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize is midnight tonight. Winners in
Oct 13 2018
A first look at TMR Books’ second title
As we anxiously await your manuscripts for the Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize (don’t worry, you have just over 48 hours before our October 15th deadline), we wanted to show
Oct 08 2018
Submit to the Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize before October 15!
One week left! The Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize extended deadline is October 15. That means you have just another week to submit your entry. Winners in fiction, nonfiction and
Oct 06 2018
You’ve Still Got Time!
We’ve extended the deadline to October 15, 2018, meaning that you have just under 10 days to submit! So, what can you do in 10 days? A lot, it turns
Oct 02 2018
2018 Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize Deadline Extended!
You have two more weeks! The deadline for the 28th Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize has been extended to Monday, October 15th. Winners in fiction, nonfiction and poetry will each receive $5000, publication
Sep 30 2018
October 1st Deadline for Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize tomorrow!
A reminder to submit your stories, essays and poetry by tomorrow night! Click here to enter before October 1st. Winners of the 2018 Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize will receive $5000;
Sep 28 2018
2018 Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize Deadline is Approaching!
Deadline: October 1st! There are only three days left to enter the Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize Contest. Be sure to submit your entry this weekend! Winners in each genre will
Mar 17 2017
Chat with Documentary Film Major Kellan Hayley Marvin
This edition of The Missouri Review Soundbooth Podcast features a conversation with Kellan Hayley Marvin, a documentary journalism student at the University of Missouri. Kellan sits down to discuss her upcoming
Mar 14 2017
An interview with Allison Pitinii Davis
Allison Pitinii Davis’s collection Line Study of Motel Clerk launches this month. Poems from the collection previously appeared in TMR 39:1. Recently TMR senior advisor and graduate student Bailey Boyd
Mar 13 2017
Interview with Student Filmmaker Nathan Wright
Featured this week on The Missouri Review Soundbooth Podcast is Nathan Wright, a student at the University of Missouri majoring in film. His most recent short-film, Death Deferred, debuted at the