I attended a forum with writers, agents and publishers on the panel in NY and someone said not to include a SASE with query letters to agents because if one is interested enough, he/she will contact the author with or without it, but if they're not, why would we need to spend an extra 34 cents to receive a rejection letter? And they suggested that publishers consider a SASE the mark of an amateur. Anyone else ever hear this? I've also noticed that some agents don't even bother to respond to e-mailed query letters at all either way. Has anyone else noticed this?