A vast public collection of real-life rejection
As callous as this sounds, it's damn efficient. Gotta like that aspect of the rejection...Quoiby
Okay, maybe this isn't the place to ask, but I'm going to anyway. A couple months ago I sent out like 20-30 manuscripts and SASEs. Problem is, the price of stamps has since gone up and I didn't use those forever stamps things. Should I still expect responses or write it off?
The magazines will pay for the extra postage to mail their response.
Well, most journals will.
I'm all for minimalism. As long as it doesn't say "Refuse".
"refused" is better than "this sucked ass" or such. but it's still not good.that said, i don't know why it's that much harder to send out a form letter.
Or, maybe they should save the paper and just devise a serious of stamps: Not For Us; Terrible; Loved it; Sorry; Go Away; Dumb; Almost! etc.
WR you forgot Alas!
Yes! Of course! How could I? Alas.
LOL! Not much meat, but what's there is cherce.
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