I was looking through some old dummies I'd submitted when I was trying to get "The Woodcutter" published, and found something pretty hilarious:
You can vaguely make out some text on the first page. Someone must have scribbled a note on a piece of paper, which left an impression on the plastic cover of the front portfolio sleeve. I'm not sure which publishing house/agency this particular portfolio went to, but here's what someone over there thought of my book, as it was making the rounds:
Pass - the art doesn't wow me enough + PB w/out child protag is hard sell -RS
Kinda neat to get that little glimpse of a true, honest reaction from within the industry.