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Mr. Ben Miller-Callihan

Handspun Literary Agency

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Ben Miller-Callihan

Handspun Literary Agency

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Science Fiction


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04/15/2024 11:20 AM
Query made 3/28
Got a rejection today not even from him, but just a blanket one from his agency. So that stung a bit
100K sci-fi
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03/31/2024 09:15 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
03/10/2024 03:38 PM
QM. 3/10/24

Urban Fantasy, 83k
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03/01/2024 10:05 AM
Profile Update: Open to queries.
01/10/2024 04:05 PM
Sent new adult/spec fic query 11/14/23
Received rejection notice 1/10/24

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03/31/2024 - Closed to queries.
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