February 19, 2006
When you are doing things like submitting your manuscript for publication, or sending yor screen play out into the world they say it is a good idea to keep your rejection letters. I've been sending resumes to libraries, and I have recieved a few rejection letters, the start of my own Rejection Collection.
Posted by kyle at February 19, 2006 1:54 AM
what is that smudge on the last envelope? do they send mail to finger prints now?
Posted by: kevin at February 21, 2006 10:43 AM
i'm not sure, it's grease or something. i'm guessing it came off of the automatic mailsorting machine as this is a metered mail envelope.
Posted by: kyle at February 21, 2006 3:14 PM
I keep all my rejection letters from festivals and such, including a production grant rejection letter written and signed by none other than Barb Roose.
I need to get back on the trolly and start sending out more stuff to get rejected.
Posted by: Dan Hogan at February 27, 2006 2:36 PM