Why You Get Form Rejection Letters

At every conference I teach, participants commiserate about rejection notices– not only about getting them but about the insulting nature of their standardized messages. Occasionally, someone has a story of a personalized rejection or of actually having received suggestions from an editor on the rejection slip. Usually, though, the talk ends the same way–wall paper … Continue reading
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About Jenna Glatzer

Jenna Glatzer has written for Prevention, Woman’s World, Woman’s Own, USAA, Women's Health & Fitness, Salon.com, ePregnancy, Contemporary Bride, Match.com, MSN, and AOL. She's a contributing editor to Writer's Digest. Her three books for writers are: Outwitting Writer’s Block and Other Problems of the Pen, Make a Real Living as a Freelance Writer and The Street-Smart Writer.

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