My longtime friend Lawrence Averill learned from the “About” page on this blog that I’m proud to have received encouraging rejection letters from some of America’s finest literary publications. Wanting to help me out, and understanding that you can never have too many rejection letters from America’s finest literary publications, Larry sent this along …
Dear Mr. Carman,
My name is Robert Breinfrieze, and I am an associate editor at Loose Cobble Press. I ran across your blog this morning, and was interested to find that you have received rejection letters from several of America’s finest literary publications.
We here at Loose Cobble pride ourselves on the quality of our publications, and believe we are well placed in the ever-more-competitive print market to become one of our nation’s premier literary outlets. It is with this in mind, and in the spirit of our diligent efforts to find new talent, that I would like to offer you a rejection letter from Loose Cobble Press.
You may be assured, I wish you the best of luck, and I feel pleased to be able to offer you this rare opportunity.
Loose Cobble Press