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Rejection letter from The New York Times reminds PG13 writer to think about his audience

June 28, 2013 | By Abraham | 4 comments

A writer in the mid-90′s received this rejection letter that includes a polite but casually blunt reminder that certain language will never make it to print at The New York Times…

NYT rejection letter

(via Business Insider)

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