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Mr. Peter McGuigan

Foundry Literary + Media

 
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Mr. Peter McGuigan

Foundry Literary + Media

33 West 17th Street, PH
New York, NY 10011
 

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Dec 23, 2013 4:03 pm, angelscribe said...
8/30/13, I queried Peter with Chain Reaction. Two weeks ago, I nudged him. I'm officially closing it as no response. Good luck Corabean!
Nov 07, 2013 5:43 pm, corabean said...
Well I got a request for a partial (3 chapters) when I had already submitted three chapters with the query and synopsis. Go figure. Looks like a good agency.
Aug 29, 2013 1:09 pm, MookyMcD said...
I am not trying to be rude. I was merely trying to point out that the materials they request in a number of the "partial requests" listed here are the same materials the Foundry submissions page request be included with the initial query. As a matter of course, Peter's assistant Matt will respond to a query that does not include those materials with a request that they be sent. Compared to just junking a submission that does not match their specifications (which most agents do), they give you a chance to meet them. I think that is polite.
Aug 29, 2013 11:41 am, jpollack1988 said...
"It's incredibly polite, but that's all it is."

Sorry, but I think I'll be the judge of that, mate.

Speaking of polite, it's pretty rude to imply that an agent is only being polite, and is not actually interested in one's work.

Good luck with your book, though.
Aug 27, 2013 5:53 pm, MookyMcD said...
OK, you guys really need to read the submission guidelines. They're not asking for a partial when they request a synopsis/proposal and chapters. They are asking for the stuff that should have been included in your submission in the first place. Instead of just rejecting queries that don't follow the guidelines (like 90% of agents), Matt will e-mail and ask for the missing stuff. It's incredibly polite, but that's all it is.


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FICTION

Commercial Fiction
Literary Fiction
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