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== Poetry rejections ==
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===Encouraging  ===
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Dear First Last,
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Thank you for submitting to Tahoma Literary Review. We have read your work with interest, but it does not meet TLR’s current editorial needs. We appreciate your efforts and your interest in the journal, and wish you all success in placing this work in another venue.
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On a more personal note, although I can't use your work at this time I do thank you for sending it. It was interesting to read, and I see from your cover letter that you've had some success before now. So keep writing! Keep trying and submitting! And allow me a moment to repeat a personal mantra that we can all need to hear: please, continue to believe as I do that far beyond editors, what we do in the world as poets has worth. It does. Always.
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Best,
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Mare Heron Hake
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Poetry Editor
 
Tahoma Literary Review
 
Tahoma Literary Review
 
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Latest revision as of 09:33, 6 August 2019

Unspecified Genre rejections

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Dear ---,

Thank you for submitting to Tahoma Literary Review. While I have read your work with interest, it does not meet TLR’s editorial needs at this time. I appreciate your efforts and your interest in the journal, and wish you all the best in placing this work in another venue.

Best, Kelly Davio Editor Tahoma Literary Review

Poetry rejections

Encouraging

2019

Dear First Last,

Thank you for submitting to Tahoma Literary Review. We have read your work with interest, but it does not meet TLR’s current editorial needs. We appreciate your efforts and your interest in the journal, and wish you all success in placing this work in another venue.

On a more personal note, although I can't use your work at this time I do thank you for sending it. It was interesting to read, and I see from your cover letter that you've had some success before now. So keep writing! Keep trying and submitting! And allow me a moment to repeat a personal mantra that we can all need to hear: please, continue to believe as I do that far beyond editors, what we do in the world as poets has worth. It does. Always.

Best,

Mare Heron Hake Poetry Editor Tahoma Literary Review