Ms. Kristina Slater

Metamorphosis Literary Agency

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No longer working as a literary agent.

Kristina Slater

Metamorphosis Literary Agency

Omaha, NE
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Middle Grade
Young Adult


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04/19/2022 12:31 PM
Form Query 2/10
Form Rejection 4/16
Patrick confirmed she is not a literary agent anymore, but I still got a rejection.
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Patrick (Admin)
04/11/2022 06:46 PM
Profile Update: No longer working as a literary agent. Thanks NightSky
04/11/2022 01:19 PM

Do you know if Ms. Slater is still with Metamorphosis Agency?
03/25/2022 08:56 AM
FQ: 2.15.2022
Rej: 3.24.2022 Not a fit

YA Paranormal Romance 105k
03/15/2022 05:00 PM
Query sent: Feb 1
Query rejection: Mar 15
YA sci-fi/ action adventure WC 66,000
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04/11/2022 - No longer working as a literary agent.
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