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Lessons from 1,000 Rejections

The juice is worth the squeeze

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Recently, in a bout of curiosity, I sorted and scrolled back on my submission tracker list to see how long ago it was that I started seriously submitting my writing to literary magazines. 2011 was the earliest date on the list.

Not that I hadn’t submitted work before that, but 2011 is when I got serious and starting using a submission




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Karen Fayeth

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