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Rejection Letter Rundown: The Common Form Rejection

Rejection Letters – An Introduction to Disappointment

If you are going to send out your work to genre magazines, webzines, and book publishers, you are going to get rejection letters, probably a lot of them. 1,180 more words

Freelance

Seeking Submissions: Blessings

This month at Searching Sophia’s Pockets, we are focusing on the theme of BLESSINGS. WE can find blessings in so many places along our spiritual journeys.  100 more words

Wisdom Love ...and Lint

Looking to Submit your Work?

Erebus Press is currently looking to fill a few more spots in its upcoming anthology How to Trick the Devil.

The anthology will focus on exploring deception, its motivations, and its consequences. 67 more words

The Everyday Musings

3 Query Tips Every Editor Hopes you Forget

Anyone who has submitted a manuscript–from published pro to the first timer–knows the feeling that sets in the second you click “send” on the query letter email. 511 more words

Children's Literature

Submission Showcase: June 29th - July 5th 2015

BY JAKE WILLS-BENNETT

‘Submission Showcase’ is a weekly column where we go through songs submitted to us and showcase the best ones. If you’d like to submit music to us, find out how to  213 more words

Submissions

Deception- In life, In Literature

You have the obvious: someone tricking another, through deception of body, intention, or words. The obvious deception in literature drives the plot and forces the characters to come into contact with issues and problems that may or may not change them. 369 more words