Ms. Niamh O'Grady

The Soho Agency

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Niamh O'Grady

The Soho Agency

16–17 Wardour Mews
London W1F 8AT
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Website:
thesohoagency.co.uk
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Fiction

Book Club
Commercial
Family Saga
Literary Fiction

Non-Fiction

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Patrick (Admin)
01/06/2024 11:34 AM
Profile Update: No longer listed on the agency website. Thanks the_new_kid
the_new_kid
01/05/2024 11:05 AM
No longer listed on the agency website
literarypoet
06/28/2022 02:21 AM
no response
Innergunner
04/06/2021 01:54 AM
EQ: 05.02.2021
Has never heard from them back
imthedecoy
02/24/2021 07:53 AM
Submitted speculative/historical Jan 2021 followed by update in Feb. Not heard anything yet.
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Last Update:
01/06/2024 - No longer listed on the agency website.
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