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Writers, Tired of Rejections? Try Penning a Hermit Crab Essay
A few months ago I started writing a series of rejection letters to myself. Just for fun, to take the edge off my depression over the extensive number of rejection letters from literary publications that arrive in my inbox, most around the beginning of the month. The common wisdom is that you have to submitContinue reading “Writers, Tired of Rejections? Try Penning a Hermit Crab Essay”
Rejections and Acceptances: Challenging Myself to Do Better in 2022.
As 2022 begins, I goad myself to come up with a list of New Year’s resolutions. So much is out of my control—the coronavirus, the political divisiveness, our warming planet—I remind myself it is still possible to initiate positive change. I can share in my writing what I witness. Each day I have the opportunityContinue reading “Rejections and Acceptances: Challenging Myself to Do Better in 2022.”
Modern Love Rejections and Lessons
Love comes in many shapes and forms and it is at the root of everything we writers are passionate about.