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Nedghie Adrien Sep 18
First first-author publication saga continues: “Dear Nedghie, we cannot clear this manuscript as it is currently written.” I just want to curl into a ball and never come out. Can I throw it into the flames and oblivion and never think about it?
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JC Reilly🌶 8h
An empty, smashed fortune cookie. Like my heart, every time a literary journal rejects me.
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JC Reilly🌶 Sep 9
Another ms . I can't even.
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Kai Korpak Sep 17
Replying to @KaiKorpak
When disseminating research go for the biggest venues first- NYT. They may reject you 50 times before you’re accepted but that means you should probably get started. — You’re talking to researchers they are used to
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Daijiang Li Sep 13
I have really bad luck with . 😠😠😠
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Vina Francisco Sep 16
Stop thinking him .. :( is real inside
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Grace Krause Sep 17
Here's a thread on and why it's important to be kind in .
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Priya Keefe Sep 15
: As a of myself, I believe journals would not send a disingenuous saying "we'd love to see more of your work." Do you think this is less true for journals that charge a ? Asking for myself, I'm asking for myself.
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Liz 8h
is a thing. But know this, that comes from a place of , , , and . It comes from years of feeling not seen, heard, or made a priority. It's a valid emotion reaction and experience.
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Marc Alan Di Martino Sep 17
I see a ton of acceptances on twitter, and kind of uplift, but not much chronicling of everyday , which is where poets spend most of their time. I received rejections from & Thrush yesterday. Just for the record.
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Dr Steven Roberts Sep 13
Another paper today. Some hard and stinging but fair comments, mixed with ‘I would have used X framework instead’-style overt self promotion, and some ‘you are uninformed’ on stuff that I actually wrote.
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Dr David McNamara Sep 13
Replying to @mcnamadd
Just fuck this noise! 😤 “overall track record and publication record to date was deemed to be of a high standard, it was considered that it was not yet at the level required” WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT!!!
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Cornelius Bowser Sr. Sep 18
Dear : how can you serve in a community in which you don’t the people you supposed to be serving? Particularly shouldn’t be objects of , , , misunderstanding, and , but equal treatment.
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Mary Donnelly Sep 14
A great lesson from - do NOT let rejection shut you down! should never force someone to believe its time to quit! from
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Becca Rose Sep 12
It is killing me not to be submitting my manuscript yet. I have to wait for beta readers to finish and then copy editing to be done. But I want to start collecting my rejection letters! Haha
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mac 6h
on the one hand: because of the probability of , as a , just received a duplicate . the other hand: at least there was a to reject, right? 😒🤔😄
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Women Writers Network Sep 12
The publishing process can be challenging (to say the least), but no one loves the inevitable rejections. Published writers, how do you handle the disappointment? What keeps you going? And how have you transformed rejection into success?
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Marie Wells Coutu 8h
"A is nothing more than a necessary step in the pursuit of ." Bo Bennett
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هند الشايع Sep 10
but still .. the best is yet to come!
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Lee Heffner Sep 17
Welcome to manuscript juggling 🤹‍♂️ by me, Lee. Neither Fish nor Fowl mystery set in 1930s Hollywood & 1990 Boston Childhood in the Age of Neglect brainstorm repackaged in 2 weeks Dickens meets Little Rascals BeyondSeatlle
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