August 3rd, 2011 / 1:09 pm
Craft Notes & Snippets

To have your writing solicited, and then to be rejected by said solicitor, is good for you.


  1. Chris 'Elmo' Emslie


  2. richard chiem

      i concur

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  3. deadgod

      Sorry, Mr./Mrs./Miss/Ms. Lovelace:  we did ask for a craft note in the form of a snippet from you, but this thing just doesn’t fit in well with our long-term mission-statement achievable-goal profile. 

      Love your writing; mean it!

  4. Bradley Sands

      That’s why I don’t solicit often for my journal. I’m picky and I don’t want to come off as a jerk if I reject solicited work.

  5. Pie

      1 trick pony

  6. Leapsloth14

      As usual, I feel old. Can Richard illuminate us on this crazy embedding graphics thing?

  7. Leapsloth14

      My tempo run is over and I just cracked open a silly-size bottle of Smoking Loon. I am preemptively apologizing for the amount of comments I make make tonight. Also the Ebay items I will bid on.

  8. richard chiem

      it’s kind of like ‘obey giant’ the shepard fairey tag 

  9. Leapsloth14

      Thanks, that is very helpful.

  10. richard chiem

      is anonymity your trick?

  11. richard chiem

      thank you for asking

  12. alan

      Oddly I had my writing solicited and then rejected by a barrister.