If it's the last, here's your chance to get one into book form so that even more people can read how much you suck!
Bill Shapiro, the editor of Other People's Love Letters: 150 Letters You Were Never Meant to See is coming Other People's Rejection Letters. He's collecting submissions right now.
They don't have to be writing related, but all writers have one or two or a gazillion tucked away, right? They could also be Dear John letters or disinheritances, credit denials or a critique of an audition. They can be sent or received by you, and anonymity is available. Considering the imaginative layout of the last book, I'd say creativity counts.
So if you have a rejection letter or two tucked back there in the closet (or if you've written any) that you'd be willing to share, now's your chance to be part of the book.
You can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're looking for something more immediate, there are always online forums to let it all out. There, now, won't that feel better?
Thank you to Brian at There Are No Rules for the heads up