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Neil Levy

I've also had an invited paper rejected. It came to light that the editor had no idea I had even submitted it (it was handled by an associate editor). I thought it was funny. I think it's perfectly appropriate to hold invited papers to high standards.

George Gale

Had an invited paper denied for a journal issue devoted to the meeting. Pissed me off royally. Immediately sent it off to a waaay better journal. Accepted with no changes w/in a month. Sometimes the ball breaks in your favour.

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