Difference between revisions of "Reed Magazine"

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<blockquote>Dear —,
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Thank you for the opportunity to consider "—" for Reed Magazine: Issue 153. We regret to inform you that your work has not been selected for publication, at this time. We received thousands of submissions for this issue and were forced to reject many quality works. We trust that you will soon be able to place this work in another publication and hope that you'll consider submitting to Reed Magazine in the future.
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Best of luck with your future creative endeavors.
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—The Editorial Staff of Reed Magazine
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<blockquote>Dear —,
 
<blockquote>Dear —,
  

Latest revision as of 19:17, 10 December 2019

"Reed Magazine is one of the oldest student publications west of the Mississippi, based from the beginning at San Jose State University. In its earlier incarnations, it was called The Quill in the 1920s and El Portal in the 1930s. Reed Magazine was first numbered by year and volume in 1948 as The Reed."

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Dear Name:

Thank you for sending us "Title". Unfortunately this submission was not a fit for Reed Magazine.

Thank you for trying us.

Sincerely,

The Editors of Reed Magazine

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2019

Dear —,

Thank you for the opportunity to consider "—" for Reed Magazine: Issue 153. We regret to inform you that your work has not been selected for publication, at this time. We received thousands of submissions for this issue and were forced to reject many quality works. We trust that you will soon be able to place this work in another publication and hope that you'll consider submitting to Reed Magazine in the future.

Best of luck with your future creative endeavors.

—The Editorial Staff of Reed Magazine

2018

Dear —,

Thank you for submitting your piece, "—" to Reed Magazine. After careful consideration, our Fiction Editorial Team decided that, while we enjoyed reading your submission, your piece is not a good fit for Issue 152.

We wish you all the best with your creative endeavors, and we encourage you to submit again next year.

Arthur Hoang -- www.reedmag.org