Many of the complaints she describes are echoed by editors in other realms:
- Inappropriate submissions because writers are not familiar with the journal, its purpose and its audience.
- Sloppy manuscripts. Grammar and spelling errors.
- Failure to follow the journal's submission guidelines.
- Bad attitudes about editing and revision -- and, most of all, about rejections.
Editors everywhere -- inside and outside academe -- would agree.
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