- No thank you. This still feels like a draft to us.
- No thank you. This doesn’t fit with our editorial vision or sensibility.
- No thank you. Honestly, we are overloaded with stuff right now, and your essay did not grab us on the first page, so we didn’t keep reading.
- No thank you. This is potentially really interesting, but it’s too long for what it is.
- No thank you. We really prefer to publish the Under 40 and Fabulous Crowd, and this is not that.
Friday, June 18, 2010
What One Writer Wants in a Rejection
LeafStitchWord Blog has a wish list for rejections that goes like this: