Publishers hated ‘A Wrinkle in Time,’ and Madeleine L’Engle never forgot the rejections
By Steve Hendrix The Washington Post
“This is pleasantly done – but for me there isn’t quite enough story value,” said the two-sentence blowoff from Mercury editor Robert Mills dated Dec. 10. It was one of a string of stinging rejections that L’Engle lamented throughout her career but that have not been shared publicly before.
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