Booth

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Booth publishes one piece or author every Friday.

In addition, Booth publishes two print issues a year, usually in winter and summer.

Poetry rejections

Standard

Thank you for submitting to Booth. We appreciate the chance to read your work. After careful consideration, the editorial staff has decided that this is not right for us. We wish you a productive and kind season.

2017

Dear [Name], Thank you for considering Booth, and for your patience with the review process. After discussion, we do not feel that Booth is a good fit for your work. Best of luck with your writing and with placing your work elsewhere. Sincerely, [Name]

Higher Tier

2017

Dear ---, Thank you for your recent submission to Booth and your patience as we reviewed it. After careful consideration, we unfortunately couldn’t find a place for it in our journal. Thank you again for thinking of us as a possible home for your work and good luck with the rest of your writing endeavors. Best, Austin Boling

Oct 2017

Dear ---, Thank you so much for your recent submission to Booth and for your patience during the review process. We enjoyed reading your packet, but can't find a place for these pieces in our journal. While it wasn't a fit this time, we do hope you'll send us more work in the future. Thanks again for considering Booth. Best wishes to you on all your writing endeavors, Caitlin Dicus Poetry Editor

Prose rejections

Standard

2015

Dear —, Thank you for submitting to Booth. We appreciate the chance to read your work. After careful consideration, the editorial staff has decided that we are not the right market for your current material. Best of luck elsewhere. Sincerely, Luke Wortley

2011

Thank you for submitting to Booth. We appreciate the chance to read your work. After careful consideration, the editorial staff has decided that this is not right for us. We wish you a productive and kind season.

Higher Tier

Text of Higher Tier Rejection
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