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Ms. Sandra Zane

Global Literary Management

Los Angeles

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from Jlinton30
Jan 29, 2013 7:43 am

Thanks angelscribe. I just didn't want to send to an agent who wasn't still in the business.
from KristenH
Jan 29, 2013 6:37 am

I have no idea. I've been getting NRs from her last year.
from Jlinton30
Jan 28, 2013 8:25 am

Is Sandra Zane still an agent? Website doesn't pull up.
from KristenH
Jul 02, 2012 6:34 am

Professor, I've been querying new agents as I query old agents. I'm running out of agents for Venom, as I'm working on my R&R for two agents as I speak--I hope to resubmit in the fall. For example, Jen Linnan never received my query for Chain Reaction last week. She said that on my nudge and asked me to requery her. So I did. I do get a response when I requery. But there's no aggravation here. They apologize for not getting back to me, look for the query, and give me an answer--or don't say anything at all. There's a link about how to nudge too. I wait until the response time ends and nudge. I'll try Chain Reaction for Sandra Zane later this month.
from professor
Jul 01, 2012 12:23 pm

Virtually every agent now is a "no response means no agent" so requerying only aggrivates them. Very, very few emails end up in spam filters or whatever as this is their primary method of communication and they simply wouldn't have anything like that on their submission emails that would keep them from receiving a query. Requerying over and over makes no real sense when an agent has said no, either written or by no response. Query new people. Nudging is the same thing and bad advice to give anyone. Most agents hate the nudging because they have already said no (by email, letter or no response) and already get an overwhelming amount of email as it is. See the Poets & Writers article, pg 50, July/August. Good information. And never forget that many agents know each others and share information about queries. That's why almost all "assistants' don't use their real names.
from KristenH
Jun 28, 2012 6:30 am

Professor, I've gotten a NR on my query. Unless it didn't go through and landed it spam, like my queries have landed in the past, I'll requery them and nudge them. Jen Linnan, for example, never received my Chain Reaction query I sent to her in April. So I've requeried her yesterday. A NR isn't a turn down rejection. She's isn't a no response means no agent.
from professor
Jun 27, 2012 9:04 am

Why would anyone who has turned down work want to see it again as a re-query a few months later? Surely they'll recognize it as the same manuscript query. Doesn't make sense to me and if I were the agent, it would really be aggravating to see it again unless it has substantial rewrites. And don't forget that agents keep black lists and talk to each other about queries they receive too.
from KristenH
Jun 14, 2012 4:16 pm

2/23/12, I've queried her Venom. After a two week nudge, no response. Will requery her again later this summer.
from MollyZ
May 21, 2009 12:00 am

I queried Lina Sion in this agency since she handles YA on 5/13 and got a request for a full on 5/21.

6/9: Sent helpful rejection re: the full. Seems nice.

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