There exists a journal so prestigious — so elite and selective — that it has never published a single manuscript. It has rejected every submission it has every received. It is the aptly named Journal of Universal Rejection.
From the publication's submission guidelines:
The JofUR solicits any and all types of manuscript: poetry, prose, visual art, and research articles. You name it, we take it, and reject it. Your manuscript may be formatted however you wish. Frankly, we don't care.
...Often the Editor-in-Chief will reject your work out-of-hand, without even reading it! However, he might read it. Probably he'll skim. ... rejection may languish like your email buried in the Editor-in-Chief's inbox. But it will come, swift or slow, as surely as death. Rejection.
Submissions should be emailed to J.Universal.Rejection@gmail.com. Small files only, please. Why not just send the first couple pages if it is long?
(Note to Planet Money readers: If you submit something, please let us know how it goes!)
From the journal's archives:
March 2009 (Vol 1, No 1) contents: (empty)
June 2009 (Vol 1, No 2) contents: (empty)
September 2009 (Vol 1, No 3) contents: (empty)
December 2009 (Vol 1, No 4) contents: (empty - because we were on holiday)
March 2010 (Vol 2, No 1) contents: (empty)
June 2010 (Vol 2, No 2) contents: (empty)
Hat tip: Kedrosky
Update: The blog Retraction Watch has an interview with the journal's editor.