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Lunch Ticket receives a number of excellent submissions each reading period—and while yours is one of them, it was not chosen for the current issue. This is not a reflection on your work or on your worth as a writer; our vision for the current issue of Lunch Ticket was simply different than what [title] reflects as a piece of work. As you know, rejections are never easy—for you the writer, or for us, the editors. But as you also know, they are part of what being a writer is about. We sincerely hope that you will find the right market for [title] and that you will re-submit to Lunch Ticket again.  
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Lunch Ticket receives a number of excellent submissions each reading period—and while yours is one of them, it was not chosen for the current issue. This is not a reflection on your work or on your worth as a writer; our direction for the next issue of Lunch Ticket was simply different than the vision of your work.  
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//We are sorry that we weren't the right market for [title], but we know that there is another market waiting for you, and to them, this piece will be exactly perfect. Though we couldn't offer you a spot in Lunch Ticket this time around, we hope that you know that this doesn't mean "No forever," and that you will submit to Lunch Ticket again.  
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//"The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time." --Thomas Edison
 
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Revision as of 14:16, 5 November 2014

"A literary journal from the MFA community at Antioch University Los Angeles."

Poetry rejections

Standard(?)

Lunch Ticket receives a number of excellent submissions each reading period—and while yours is one of them, it was not chosen for the current issue. This is not a reflection on your work or on your worth as a writer; our direction for the next issue of Lunch Ticket was simply different than the vision of your work.

//We are sorry that we weren't the right market for [title], but we know that there is another market waiting for you, and to them, this piece will be exactly perfect. Though we couldn't offer you a spot in Lunch Ticket this time around, we hope that you know that this doesn't mean "No forever," and that you will submit to Lunch Ticket again.

//"The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time." --Thomas Edison