Column by Karis Rogerson
Writer and aspiring author Karis Rogerson talks about querying, having thick skin, and the hope that propels her on the hard days.
Column by Lisa Bubert
What are those pesky rejection letters actually telling you?
Column by Richard Thomas
Tips, stories, and advice on how to survive rejection.
Column by Christoph Paul March 12, 2019
The first line matters more than you think.
Column by Susan DeFreitas
Good news: The agent requested the full! Bad news: The agent said, “Thanks but no thanks.”
Column by Annie Neugebauer June 6, 2018
On the concept of writers needing to develop a "thicker skin," and why it's a damaging myth.
Column by Holly Slater September 14, 2016
What are your odds of rejection as a writer? High! High as a motherfucking kite, my friend. This is a motivational piece, by the way.
Column by Max Booth III March 10, 2016
Terrible jobs can train writers how to survive in a world that is constantly attempting to take a dump on their heads.
Column by Michael David Wilson
Rejection is hard, but it's universal. We highlight 55 bestsellers that were rejected.