I dove in to the pages this weekend. One author's work was pretty good. Good enough in fact that I'm hoping to read more.
Now, if this fellow had put his email address on the header or footer, I would have emailed him and requested additional pages ahead of time, read them, and we could have used our upcoming appointment to cover any issues cropping up in the entire ms. Because it wasn't there, I'll just ask for the pages when I see him. What I'm NOT going to do is ask the conference coordinator for his email because I don't want give her one more thing to do in the frantic run up before a conference. She's already got enough to deal with.
So, word to the wise: if you're taking your pages with you to a conference, or sending them ahead for a critique, put your email address in the footer. You do NOT need to do this on a regular submission to my office of course. This is just for the pages that come to me in strange and unusual ways. Some of the strange ways you do NOT want to employ are listed here