Wednesday, December 8, 2010

When Did It Stop Being Personal?

This is what I imagine most literary rejection letters look like in the agent/editor's computer before it is filled in and sent to you. Of course the material would be about [] and your [ Maybe there are agents/editors out there who can confirm that the format above is applicable to the publishing enterprise in which we are all so fervently engaged?


Anonymous said...

today? maybe?

The Desert Rocks said...

Wait, you forgot the letterhead.
I have a collection of these rejections and the top part with the name and logo of the magazine makes me feel special for some reason.