Your novel might never get published, but your rejection letters could make it big!
Bill Shapiro (editor of Other People’s Love Letters) is looking for your literary rejection letters, planning to publish them in a 2010 collection entitled, Other People’s Rejection Letters.
If you need more immediate satisfaction (or sympathy) feel free to include your literary rejection in the comments section. Or check out the excellent Literary Rejections on Display blog.
From the release: “Whether typed form letters or handwritten in a fit of rage, whether sent by text message, email, or scrawled in crayon, any kind of rejection is fair game … If you have a letter, you can either send it to me or scan it (600 dpi, por favor) and then email it.”