Ms. Laura Blake Peterson

Curtis Brown, Ltd.

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Laura Blake Peterson

Curtis Brown, Ltd.

10 Astor Place, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10003
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Website:
www.curtisbrown.com
AALA Member:
Yes (Visit Site)
Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Postal Mail
E-Mail
Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Chick Lit
Children's
Commercial
Literary Fiction
Mystery
Romance
Short Story Collections
Thrillers/Suspense
Women's Fiction
Young Adult

Non-Fiction

Biography
Cookbook
History
Memoir
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tinkchick87
04/19/2024 09:04 PM
Sent Query 4/19
AWWriter
04/09/2024 03:50 PM
Queried 4/9/24
Children's Picture Book
Less than 2K Words
Nancyresnick
03/11/2024 11:03 PM
Closed as CNR at 69 days. WF 78k
TeresaJRhyne
03/11/2024 04:03 PM
Query sent 2/2/24
Women's Fiction
CNR 3/11/24 (she says no response in 3 to 4 weeks is a no; I'll take her word for it!)

dmpatteson
02/08/2024 02:28 PM
Sent to Kerry D'Agostino
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Last Update:
- Now taking email queries.
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