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Mr. Russell Galen

Scovil Galen Ghosh Literary Agency, Inc.

 
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Mr. Russell Galen

Scovil Galen Ghosh Literary Agency, Inc.

276 Fifth Avenue, Suite 708
New York, NY 10001
 

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Yesterday 10:00 pm, polkadotsnstripes said...
This is just a guess and I may very well be wrong, but from the low number of responses on QueryTracker (approx 350 out of over 1.9k sent), I'd say Mr. Galen may only send a rejection if he's "on the fence" about requesting more on your project. His rejections seem to be personalized by project, too -- perhaps he essentially has a "maybe" pile.

My two cents. :)
Yesterday 9:36 pm, amber75 said...
I fear that. I like the ones that have auto reply set up.
Yesterday 9:18 pm, jparkart said...
My fear is that the queries never made to the inbox
Yesterday 6:47 pm, amber75 said...
I was wondering the same as well.
Sep 16, 2014 3:57 pm, TahaniNelson said...
It's interesting to me that some people receive rejection letters from Mr. Galen and others are just CNR. Does anyone have any ideas on why he responds in this manner?


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Commercial
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Historical
Literary Fiction
Middle Grade
Romance
Science Fiction
Young Adult
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