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No longer working as an agent. Formerly with FinePrint Literary Management.

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Ms. Marissa Walsh



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from Patrick (admin)
Aug 28, 2012 6:54 pm


Profile Update: No longer working as an agent. Formerly with FinePrint Literary Management.
from Patrick (admin)
Aug 18, 2012 10:15 am


Profile Update: New mailing address.
from plaidearthworm
Jan 07, 2011 11:00 pm


Received the form rejection yesterday on a query sent in early August. Changed her from a "No Response" to a rejection. But I appreciated the rejection letter and why she sent it.
from Shellic
Dec 16, 2010 10:35 pm


Same very polite form letter as Terrie. Received it today on a query from late March. YA contemp.
from Terri_Martin
Dec 16, 2010 4:53 pm


I just received an form reject today for a query sent April 29: I regret the volume of email requires I use a less personal reply but I want to avoid "no response means no" so a form letter it is. Sadly, this project is a pass for me. I pass on many interesting (and publishable!) projects due to time constraints (much like you choose only one or two books at a bookstore, even though there are a lot of good ones.) Please do not read any more into this decision than "not the best fit for me."

from Patrick (admin)
Oct 04, 2010 4:59 pm


Profile Update: Closed to queries.

(Thanks Chris_Phillips)
from Chris_Phillips
Oct 04, 2010 11:10 am


Fineprint says she is currently closed to queries.
from diana89
Sep 27, 2010 8:12 pm


I queried my YA novel in March and just got a response, with a request for a full today (9/27). I already have representation, but I just wanted to mention here that she apologized for the delay and said she was extremely backlogged due to her move. Hope that is helpful for folks who are still waiting on a response.
from jillsteele21
Sep 18, 2010 12:44 pm


Equery 8-1
Ereject 9-17

Thank you for thinking of me for xxx. This sounds intriguing,
but I'm afraid it doesn't fit my nonfiction list needs at this time. I
might think about who the audience is for the book--adopted children?
Or their parents?
from edipet2003
Sep 16, 2010 9:38 pm


E-queried August 23
E-rejection Sewptember 16
Form rejection
from Shellic
Aug 10, 2010 9:48 pm


I queried at the end of April for YA. I know others who queried around same time for YA and also have not heard. I think with her recent move to FinePrint and then Colleen's subsequent move, the timeframe is probably going to be a bit longer.
from Shellic
Aug 09, 2010 8:50 pm


I still haven't heard but I assume with Colleen Lindsay leaving and her clients beng reassigned to other Fine Print agents, they're all busy with that right now on top of current clients. I would imagine our queries will backed up longer than normal for a bit.
from Shirleefender
Jun 25, 2010 8:48 am


I submitted to a different agent at the same agency and received a partial request the next day.

Please send the first chapter.

My instinct is that it would work better as either MG or adult, but hard for YA. Who do you see as the audience for this book?

Thanks!
from Shirleefender
May 13, 2010 6:47 am


Nice, personal rejection letter.
Dear Ms. Fender:

Thank you for thinking of me for THE FLOWER GIRL AND THE RING BEAR. This is fun and clever, but I'm afraid it's not right for my limited picture book list. It's an extremely tough picture book market right now.

Good luck finding the right agent for your work!

All best wishes,
marissa
from KristaVanDolzer
Apr 20, 2010 1:01 pm


Thanks, Patrick.

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