Get P r i n T e d .
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Ayy fellow /lit/yyylmao's. This is a thread about producing li
turatire that will last forever. I have wr
itten a novel that transcends the cu
rrent cultural paradigm into some
thing new entirely. I call the w
ork: "The New System" a
nd I believe it will obfus
m entirely, enge
ndering the vo
ice of a ne
I have s
ent my qu
ery to nearly
40 different pu
blishers now, an
d have yet to be ac
cepted. Every rejecti
on letter mentions how
... Boils down to "we reco
gnize the potential of your w
ork, Mr. X, but we are unable to
take the risk with you at this time."
Now, does anyone have any recomme
ndations for a house willing to take the plunge, or should I just sell
OUT and put my Novel on the backBurner, write some young adult mollygrarble and make a name for myself first?
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does anyone else here go to a top uni and feel tremendously underwhelmed by the whole experience?
I hate the job-oriented curriculum, and I'm constantly disappointed by the limited intellectual capabilities and narrow academic interests of my fellow students.
No one is capable of engaging in a serious and meaningful debate; free speech is dead, and I have doubts as to whether there is a single person here who has willingly read both a Socratic dialogue and a book of the New Testament.
It feels as if nobody is interested in learning, only in the university brand. The professors tend to be great, but access is limited, and that limited access is limited even further by driveling try-hards who squander scant resources.
How do we fix academia? How do we become educated? Does Harvard or Oxford avoid these pitfalls?
if you want to shitpost about your stem degree please refrain. community college supremacists need not apply.