Ms. Callie Deitrick

Wendy Sherman Associates

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Callie Deitrick

Wendy Sherman Associates

138 W. 25th St. Suite 1018
New York, NY 10001
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Literary Fiction


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12/23/2022 02:58 AM
E-mail query: 23rd December 2022
89K Adult contemporary Romance
10/24/2022 07:07 AM
24Oct22: email query, ltr & first 10 pages
psychological thriller, 76k words
04/21/2022 07:01 PM
I don’t know if Callie Dertrick is Catlin Detrick but I queried Catlin at Beth Vesel and it came back. I also saw a review on line that said Beth Vesel requested a full and never read it. The man was obviously very upset. Gave her one star
03/18/2022 03:00 PM
Callie requested a two week exclusive with my ms in November.
I obliged.
She rejected it within a week. I concur with other commenters about this agency loving to requests exclusives on ms's they are have only a general interest in.
12/16/2021 10:26 AM
CNR 101 days
No response to nudge.
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