Username:
Password:


 

Ms. Sara Crowe

Harvey Klinger, Inc.

 
About QueryTracker

Let QueryTracker tell you more about this literary agent. Including...

  • Query Response Times
  • Genres of Interest
  • Preferred Manuscript Lengths
  • The Best Time to Query
  • And More
And best of all, it's FREE.

How it works?

Writers provide data about their query experiences with literary agents.


That data is then compiled into reports showing details about each agent's query history, allowing writers to reach the literary agent that is right for their book.




Why is QueryTracker Free?

QueryTracker is free because it is our goal to collect as much data as possible about query letter results.


To do that, we need as many members as possible to submit their data, and the best way to do that is to make it free.


So please, join us in building the web's largest collection of query data.




Watch some demonstration videos to learn more

Ms. Sara Crowe

Harvey Klinger, Inc.

300 West 55th Street, Suite 11V
New York, NY 10019
 

E-Mail:

To protect agents from spam, email addresses are hidden except to logged-in members. Join (Free)

Website: www.harveyklinger.com/

Blog: acrowesnest.blogspot.com/

Acceptable Query Methods
Snail-Mail: no
E-Mail: Yes
Online Form: Yes
Agents, please contact us to make any changes to your profile.

Always verify agent's information before sending your query. Verify the agent's query preferences, contact information, genres of interest, and if the agent is still open to queries.

 

Although QueryTracker tries to stay current, it is not always easy. Never trust any single source for agent information (and yes, this includes QueryTracker).

 

Review the user comments for more information, and always follow exactly what it says on the agent's website.

 

And NEVER give money to an "agent".

More Agent Information is Available to Members.

Join Now for Free

Leave comments about your experiences with this literary agent, or read what other authors have to say.

Jan 21, 2015 12:14 pm, mahoak said...
EQ: 1/19
ER: 1/21

Form Rejection
YA Contemporary
Jan 20, 2015 6:31 pm, elizaa said...
Yeah I watched the video; it was useful. He said he might do another one and I hope he does. I just figure between opening it and scrolling through on the phone and then hitting reply and pasting the form response (or however they've streamlined it) it should really take a solid minute. I was giving her the benefit of the doubt by making it 39 seconds -- it could have been much less.

The email is traced by embedding a minuscule image in the text and then noting whenever that image is loaded. A lot of services do this (but they don't work if the agent uses an old client like Outlook or blocks all images, eg if you end up in the spam filter). I'm using Sidekick, which works with a variety of clients and pushes alerts to my phone when any emails I've tagged are opened. It's free up to around 100 emails a month, too, I think.
Jan 20, 2015 6:17 pm, Kodi_R said...
elizaa...it can go that fast. I think an agent did a Youtube video on how fast a rejection can come. It's pretty faster. Sometimes agents know it's not for them in the first glance.

Although I do wonder how you're able to tell when someone sees your email or not...I've never heard of that.
Jan 20, 2015 5:49 pm, elizaa said...
Received a negative response within a minute of the agent opening the email. I use a more reliable method of tracking than read receipts, so I know this was the first time that the email had been opened and that it was opened using a mobile device. I can't break down the tracking beyond minutes, but the email itself was received at my server 39 seconds after the minute started. So, if the email was opened at 6:44:00, and the response came in at 6:44:39, that's under 39 seconds between her opening my query and sending the form rejection. I don't know if she scans for buzzwords that cause her to auto-reject, or didn't like the title, or what. But I am somewhat taken aback. I would have thought that any query deserved a bit longer than that.
Jan 17, 2015 3:58 pm, jndownswriter40 said...
I used the online form. She does she is open to e-mail queries as well.


The views and opinions expressed in these comments are strictly those of the comment's author. The contents of these comments have not been reviewed or approved by QueryTracker.net or Patrick McDonald.


More Comments Available to Members.

Join Now for Free

QueryTracker Members can see data gathered by all other members, organized into reports showing...
  • Queries Sent and Their Replies
  • Query Response Times
  • Most Popular Manuscript Word-Counts
  • Most Popular Genres
  • Historic Trends
  • And Much More
More Agent Information is Available to Members.

Join Now for Free

Genres of Interest.

FICTION

Children's
Commercial
Horror
Humor/Satire
Literary Fiction
Middle Grade
Thrillers/Suspense
Young Adult
NON-FICTION

Biography & Memoirs
Current Affairs & Politics
History & Military
Humor & Gift Books
Juvenile
Narrative
Pop Culture & Entertainment
Learn more about this agent.

Join Now for Free

QueryTracker members can view a list of an agent's known clients.

Join Now for Free