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Category Archives: Strange Submission Stories
It seems like a good time for another story of an unexpected happening with a submission. This strange submission story may have felt like an April Fool’s but it was no joke. Today’s submission tale from an anonymous guest goes to show that editors are people … Continue reading
You’ve heard about strange submission stories I’m sure. Don’t have one yet? The more you submit your work the more likely you are to get one of your own. The story we have today? Well, you’d have to be submitting … Continue reading
It’s time to share another Strange Submission Story. This one definitely made our anonymous sharer go hmm…. Here’s the scoop: Submitted a PB manuscript. Got a letter back from an editorial assistant saying that the story had her laughing all … Continue reading