Tips for Appeal Letters Following Journal Rejection

If an author’s work is rejected, it is a good idea to see if the journal has an appeal policy. An appeal letter can be sent to the journal editor to reconsider the decision. However, an appeal letter needs to be drafted carefully and it should convey the message effectively without offending the journal reviewers. Here are a few tips on writing an effective appeal letter. You can also find a full-length article on this topic here.

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