Friday, May 25, 2007

Queries and Postage

Please note that the United States Post Office raised first-class postage prices from 39 cents to 41 cents. Unfortunately, due to the large amount of queries the agency receives it is simply not possible for us to cover the difference on any queries sent without 41 cent stamps. As a result, responses will only be provided to queries that are either of interest or include the proper postage. If you have questions or concerns about this policy, you may email me at info@lyonsliterary.com.

2 comments:

B.E. Sanderson said...

Quick question (and not really for me, since I queried you via e-mail): If you haven't responded to a query sent prior to May 14th, would you still foot the bill for a two cent stamp?

Bryan D. Catherman said...

It seems it would be better for everybody if the US Post Office would sell stamps that would get an item from point A to point B no matter what the cost of the stamp was at the time of purchase. The stamp could be worth weight rather than a money value. Then, if a 39 cent stamp was initially used before the price of first class letter stamps when up, it would still be sufficient to get the SASE back. But hey, maybe I'm crazy...