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Poetry Rejections

Standard

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to consider your work. We regret that we are unable to carry it in the magazine.

Warmest regards,

The Editors

2017

Dear -----,

Thank you for submitting to The New Yorker. Although we won't be carrying your work in the magazine, we are grateful for the opportunity to read and consider it.

Sincerely,

Paul Muldoon, Poetry Editor Hannah Aizenman, Poetry Coordinator

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2014

Dear -----,

We are grateful for the opportunity to read and consider your new work. We very much regret that we are not able to carry it in the magazine. We do, however, look forward to reading more when the time comes.


Sincerely,


Paul Muldoon (Poetry Editor) Elisabeth Denison (Poetry Coordinator)



Prose Rejections

Standard

2010

We regret that we are unable to use the enclosed material. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to consider it.

2013

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to consider your work. We regret that we are unable to carry it in the magazine.

Warmest regards,

The Editors

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2011

We're sorry to say that this manuscript is not right for us, in spite of its evident merit. Unfortunately, we are receiving so many submissions that it is impossible for us to reply more specifically. We thank you for the chance to consider your work.

Tiered

Dear [writer's first name],

We're sorry to say that this manuscript is not right for us, in spite of its evident merit. The story progresses nicely and the relationship between the couple was really honest and moving. Unfortunately, we are receiving so many submissions that it is impossible for us to reply more specifically. We thank you for the chance to consider your work.

The Editors