Both should be interesting once they get going. Ok, mostly the second one. But the first could have its moments, too.
My favorite form rejection letter came to me from a rather big Canadian lit mag, and said, in full:
Thank you for your submission. We received about --- submissions for our --- issue, and therefore were not able to accept all of the fantastic work we saw. We are, however, currently accepting submissions for ---. The deadline is ---; check out http://---.com/ for more information. In the meantime, check out Issue --- which will be in stores soon!They were so polite that they avoided actually rejecting my work (how Canadian!). Instead, they told me that they had to reject some people. Maybe they were feeling anxiety about that (how incredibly Canadian!) and had to get it off their chests by telling someone. I was glad that I could assist them (how spectacularly Canadian!).
I'm still waiting to see whether they will be rejecting my submission, specifically. I have a feeling I may be waiting a while...