So the rejections are coming back from my latest round of querry letters. It's always funny to see the time-saving/cheap ways the literary agents use to reject you. Form letters are a standard, sometimes it's just a form-note scribled on my querry and stuffed into the SASE. You can also tell something from the agencies that bother to stick a return address on your SASE and the ones that just drop it in the mail as-is. This particulary agency, however, has really got it down to a science! No form letters, just a stamp on your querry, initialed, and shoved in my SASE, which arrived without a return address. Anyway, I just found this amusing and felt like sharing.