How To Interpret Rejection Letters From Literary Agents And Editors

06/01/2011 12:54 pm ET | Updated Aug 01, 2011
  • Writer's Relief Blog

Rejection letters from literary agents and editors of literary journals can be discouraging—especially impersonal, one-line form letters. But rejection is a necessary part of the writing process, and creative writers should know how to interpret the information in rejection letters and then use this knowledge to improve their submissions.

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