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  • noun Plural form of equery.


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  • Should note: This was about 6 years ago, long before equeries were the norm, rather than the exception.

    Agents: Also Human

  • BUT this madman equeries her with an unsolicited novel, and she REPEATEDLY responds with personal replies?


  • With postage going up every other month, I really appreciate agents taking equeries.


  • I know, it seems strange in this day and age, but so many publishers and agents won't accept equeries.


  • And why you'd PAY someone to send form equeries that get tossed is beyond me.

    Archive 2006-03-26

  • And for those of you who think I'm the nitwit of the day for not taking equeries, put a cork in it.

    Archive 2006-02-26

  • Just this weekend, I did equeries to some other agents who specified that they were looking for historicals.

    Archive 2006-02-05

  • Given one can receive a manuscript electronically even those of us who don't take equeries do take things electronically reading 50 pages, or 300 pages in less than a week something any of us can do with one eye tied behind our back.

    Archive 2006-04-16

  • All equeries to Miss Snark are answered by Killer Yapp with a toothy grin.

    Archive 2006-04-23

  • I was slinking about the net this morning and came upon this post by agent Jenny Rappaport about equeries, and response time.

    Archive 2006-10-08


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