Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Non-Literary Rejection Week

I've become intrigued with non-literary rejections, which can sometimes be more humiliating than the usual agent/editor "no thank you."  For example, imagine being rejected by Valerie Bertenelli. On her own letterhead no less.  While she was a teenager starring on a bad sit-com.  Seems wrong.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

To a rabid VB fan, I'm sure this didn't feel like a rejection. Or did it? Are you in a position to reveal how you... er, the VB fan... felt upon receipt?

Writer, Rejected said...

You've found out my true identity: stalker to Valerie Bertinelli. (Actually, I found this online.)

lulu said...

At least it wasn't a mass-produced rejection from Snyder.