Wow, just wow! I sent my nonfiction flash "Mid-Century Modern" to CATAPULT last October, and when I didn't hear from them, I figured they were one of those magazines that doesn't bother to send rejections. Today they accepted it!
They want some edits. That is, they've done slight copyedits to what's there, but want me to develop it more (up to 200 words more) and gave me a deadline of Monday, Which isn't great, because I'm taking Meg Tuite's workshop at Bending Genres this weekend. At least I'm up to date with CRAFT (did edits on two micros Sunday, have an introduction ready for tomorrow, have finished all my current reading assignments and can postpone new reading assignments until next week). I'll make it work.
Driving into San Francisco tomorrow night for the first in-person meeting of my writing group The Leporine Conspiracy since February 2020.