Harsh Rejections

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“Prescience is no hard science, but hindsight can be a kick in the shins nonetheless, especially for the editors who sent these rejection letters to writers who would later become the bestselling, influential giants of their day—and ours.”

The Atlantic posts “Famous Authors’ Harshest Rejection Letters,” a friendly reminder that rejection happens to the best of us.


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