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Ms. Andrea Heinecke

The Bindery

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Andrea Heinecke

The Bindery

CA
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www.thebinderyagency.com
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Patrick (Admin)
07/20/2021 08:03 PM
Profile Update: Changed agencies. Formerly with Alive Literary. Thanks angelsteele. Yes, they are the same person.
angelsteele
07/15/2021 08:09 PM
Not sure if this is the same agent, but there is an agent by this name listed on The Bindery Agency https://www.thebinderyagency.com
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07/20/2021 - Changed agencies. Formerly with Alive Literary.
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