Rejected Blurbs

A while ago I started fooling around with the blurb form and constructing them in terms of bad blurbs, that is the accosted established writer frolicking in his penned superiority (!). Praise be to the publishing gods that a couple have recently been released on the web:

“Rejected Blurb #23″ in Atticus Review and “Rejected Blurb #6″ in Metazen.

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