Hi all, I'm working on compiling all the supplementary documentation needed for submissions to literary agents. I've picked a few that seem to represent authors with works similar to my own novel. Most of them ask for a query letter, synopsis, and sample of the novel; however, one asks for a "one-page outline". Is that the same things as a synopsis? Coming from an academic background in science, an outline means something very specific. It involves headings with nested bullet points showing the overall structure of your work. Am I just overthinking this? Do they really just want a one-page synopsis? Also, when literary agents ask for "two page" or "one page" whatever, is it understood that they prefer a certain spacing (i.e., single, 1.5, or double)? I don't want to be "that person" who sends a single-spaced one-page document when it's an unspoken rule that some other spacing is the standard. Thanks for the insights!