Please consider the enclosed 6,680-word short story, “When My Girlfriend Lost the Weight” for publication in [Blank]. It’s about anorexia, dining room tables, women’s asses, love, raising daughters, dancing, and dragons. (But what isn’t?)
If it doesn’t meet your needs, I would appreciate any comments you might have. However, there is no need to return the manuscript.
Thanks for your time.
So in about 6 to 12 weeks I should know something. As for now . . . It's out of my hands.
Deadline #1 -- Met.
Posted May 25, 2005
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