Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Rejection Collection - Greensboro Review

This one came yesterday from Greensboro Review for my story "The Disguise," originally sent to them in July. For such a large slip of paper, the actual rejection note is quite short and bland. This one needs some rethinking.
In addition, yesterday I received a letter from Shenandoah acknowledging receipt of my submission and pimping a subscription, including a card reprint of the journal cover. Seems like a long way to go to try and sell me a subscription. And the special writers' rate is $20--I think they could do a little better. I shouldn't complain, though, while they're reviewing my submission.

1 comment:

  1. Reminds me of my collection of "FOAD" (Fuck Off And Die) rejection letters I got at the end of my college career when looking for a job. One of the bars in town actually gave you a free drink with your rejection letter. Even with my impressive binder full of letters, they still only gave me one drink.