Sometimes, things just fall into place: The evening before the most recent Academic Crisis Line on dealing with rejection and frustration, I got a pre-holiday manuscript rejection. As pointed out by the crisis liners, rejection in academia happens to everyone on a rather regular basis. So what we should really be concentrating on is to deal with it in the most self-preserving and productive ways possible. One thing that can really help is to talk through it, and to connect with others in similar situations.
So I thought it would be an interesting experiment to share my unfiltered thoughts while I deal with this rejected paper here on this blog.
View original post 886 more words
One thought on “Reblog from Cogtales: Rejection report Part 1”
Thaank you for being you