A vast public collection of real-life rejection
You should put these rats on t-shirts (buy three shirts and get the whole conversation) and sell them as "Writer Rejected trying to earn some money to keep writing"...
I love love love your site. Especially the motto:"Remember this: someone out there will always say no."Are those your own drawings? Very Zen. Reminded me of Art Spiegelman, also.
After the xxth try, because I can't ever get the words on the comment moderation field right, so who knows what will become of this comment:I laughed long and hard at your little drawings. Are those your own? I was going to say, the quick pen and ink evocations of rabbits are very Zen
These are fantastic! I think my favorite is the last one with the explanation of what was done with the previous draft of the manuscript. Editing is never easy and there are certainly earlier drafts of stories I've written that I'd like horrible things done to. XDSomeone prior to me mentioned they should be on shirts. I support this idea.
These are fantastic! I especially like the one with the explanation of what was done with the previous draft. I can relate to feeling like I want to do crazy things when the editing process starts (heck, I even feel like this during the initial writing process at times). Someone prior to me mentioned they think these should be on shirts. That would be awesome. I second this idea.
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