Mr. Farley Chase

Chase Literary Agency

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Mr. Farley Chase

Chase Literary Agency

236 W 26th St, Suite 801
New York, NY 10001


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Nov 16, 2014 9:35 am, CarleyWeedMoore said...
EQ: 11/14/14
ER: 11/14/14

Very quick response but likely a form rejection:

Many thanks for writing. You have an interesting story to tell and there's a lot to like about your approach. But in the end I'm afraid I didn't come away quite fully convinced this was something I think I'd be able to represent successfully. I'm sorry not to be more enthusiastic but thanks nonetheless for giving me a chance to review it and best of luck in finding it the right home.
Nov 13, 2014 9:00 am, margaret1812 said...
EQ: 11/12/14
ER: 11/13/14

Same form letter as the rest
Oct 20, 2014 8:49 am, angelicfruitcake said...
Super fast! Nice, if generic, rejection letter though.
Jul 01, 2014 10:16 pm, cterlson said...
Chase asked for Full manuscript May 16th. June 23rd he passed with this:

Thanks for your patience as I reviewed this. It's smartly done but in the end I don't think it's quite right for my list. But thanks for sharing it with me and good luck to you with it.

70k crime/mystery
Jul 01, 2014 9:18 am, GraniteLand said...
EQ: 6/30/14
ER: 7/1/14

60K Mystery

Same form letter as below. At least the guy is fast!

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Genres of Interest.


General Fiction

Biography & Memoirs
Business & Finance
Food & Lifestyle
History & Military
Humor & Gift Books
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