Rejecting literary magazines usually have enough sense to separate (at least by stationery pages) their rejection of your work from their bold solicitation of your becoming a subscriber. Cream City Review (Is it just me, or is that kind of a gross name?) takes the bold step of linking their rejection of your work to the fact that you probably do not know and appreciate their "distinctive literary style," which "cannot be conveyed through a brief description." (C'mon, really? You can't put it into words?) Thus leading quickly and in the self-same rejection letter to the conclusion that you need to subscribe immediately to understand the complexity of the literary style in their creamy pages and to have better literary luck getting your story placed there. Frankly, I think it's a little tacky.