So, my novel is set 7000 years in the future. The mutant remains of the human race have recently liberated themselves after 3000 years of slavery. During their enslavement, they were unable to pass down the stories, values and other pillars that once formed the foundation of human society. Among the institutions lost or changed by the passage of time, the rules of grammar have changed or evaporated altogether. The main character Grandik speaks in a particularly strange way, using fragmented speech, non-words (liquidish, drunkthought) and other verbal peculiarities. these quirks of language appear throughout the text.
My concern is that they may appear to be typos or unintentional grammar errors of an uneducated boob. Should I address this in my query letter? I don't want to sound like I'm apologizing for my writing, but I also don't want someone to stop reading at the first made up word. Any thoughts on this? Let my writing stand for itself or explain that I know proper grammar but I'm choosing not to use it for a reason?
I'm really stressing over this and I'm interested to hear what you all think.