>Thank you for sending me a query letter describing your work. After careful evaluation, I have decided that I am not the right agent to represent your work. I can only properly represent materials that greatly excite or interest me. Since this is such a subjective business, I am sure another agent will feel quite differently about your work.
>I wish you the best of luck finding representation with the right agent and good fortune with your writing career.
Goddamnit....this is about my 15th one of this, and shit I'm getting depressed.
Well OP needs to submit to publishers that have some fucking balls. If a publisher rejects you with a response like that it is a good thing. If a publisher rejects you with some substance, that is when it is time to be upset.
I'm not desperate enough to submit directly to publishers yet. Publishers are significantly harder to impress than agents are, even though agents are hard as fuck to impress.
Plus, if you get a deal directly from a publisher, it's going to be a very bad deal and you'll basically be made a slave.
Do you honestly believe that randon chance events, like the lottery, that are drawn uniquely each time have any relationship to something that has been refined, destroyed, adapted, and considered for literally (debatable) countless years? You're talking about nodes of relationship, and a piece of literature has many more historical points of relation over the random falling of numbers. Unless, you are considering chaos the creator and destroyer of the universe, but it is easy to put words in other peoples' mouths. I doubt it. It is not a good comparison, and you are a dense faggot.