An editor from a major publishing house asked for my complete novel manuscript when I pitched him at a conference last summer. I finally finished rewriting and sent it yesterday morning, but forgot to include my biographical information about my previous publications and awards. He responded with a short "Thanks. Looking forward to reading it." kind of email. Should I respond back to that with the biographical information, or just let it go and hope for the best? Would the annoyance of getting a second email from me outweigh the benefit of the editor knowing my publishing history? It's only short stories. I'm also in communication with another editor at the same publisher, so one of them already has the information, but it is a large publisher so I wouldn't count on them sharing that information.