Louie Crew, Ph.D. D.D., D.D., D.H.L.
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Regarding Louie Crew:
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377 S. Harrison Street, 12D
East Orange, NJ 07018
Phone: 862-520-7499 h
Married February 2, 1974
Why not just delete the writerís email and forget the submission?† Thatís quicker than opening an envelope, filing the paper submission, and using the writerís ssae to respond.
If you stop all email submissions, you may lose a chance at many good manuscripts.† With escalating postal costs, more and more writers are submitting almost exclusively by email.†† That trend will increase when the rate for first class letters increases by 5.2% on January 8th.
People can be just as nasty by snail mail.† Snail mail gives you no guarantee that the writer is sending the material only to you.
The delete key is the fastest response possible.
I stopped almost all snail submissions at the beginning of 1994.†† My overall postage costs dropped, and the number of my publications continued to be high:
Note: Data for years 2006-2010 added on 12/20/2010
Thank you for raising the question.† I am publishing our exchange and have linked it to https://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~lcrew/poetry.html ††Iíll share with you any responses that I receive.
Louie Crew, Emeritus Professor at Rutgers University