Dear Miss Snark,
I attended a conference and pitched my book to an editor of large publishing house. She requested a hard copy of the first three and a synopsis. I sent it along with an SASE.
She emailed me and asked me to send the full via the mail. I emailed back I'd send it along and did, but I forgot to send an SASE with it. Do I email her and apologize for forgetting the SASE or leave it alone?
This is my first novel and the first time I've sent it anywhere. Will I be given the Green-guy-idiot-pass this once or am I screwed?
Send the SASE with a letter. Stuff happens. Do NOT send a mailer for the entire manuscript, send only a #10 SASE. Email her that you've done this. And keep querying agents. This will give you something to do rather than obsess about this.