It seems a little early in the life of this blog to complain, but I will try to keep it brief and informative. In the last week I have received two "creative" rejections. One came from an anthology project that had already accepted my work almost a year ago. Imagine my surprise to find out that eight months later, I was no longer in favor. I wrote the editor (in a fit of passion) saying he could not reject me and supplying the email in which he had accepted me. Yes, it was a mistake and all ended happily. As a former editor, I know how easily letters can go out to the wrong people. However; today's encounter seems more problematic. I received a rejection from a journal that published my work two years ago. You read that correctly. In an SASE I received a rejection slip and a cover letter belonging to another writer whose name is similar to mine. Not the same, but similar. I guess the good news is that neither of the rejection letters were really meant for me. Have you had weird and sundry non-rejection rejection letters? I'd love to hear others experiences. I have to say these two faux rejections right before the holidays have left me a bit bewildered. What will I find in my mailbox tomorrow?