Ms. Sophie Pugh-Sellers

The Gernert Company

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Sophie Pugh-Sellers

The Gernert Company

New York, NY
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www.thegernertco.com
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Fiction

Commercial
Literary Fiction
Poetry
Science Fiction
Speculative

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Journalism
Memoir
Narrative
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mbourggraff
01/13/2024 03:48 PM
Query 2 December
Nudge 13 January with revised first chapter
Iamgotharts
01/03/2024 03:12 PM
107 days in not response from the agent. Closing as DNR
Scifi space opera
bshemenski
10/16/2023 12:25 PM
Adult Sci-Fi / Horror

Email Query: 10/16/2023
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
09/13/2023 01:10 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
Maranda
06/17/2021 07:37 PM
6/17/21
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09/13/2023 - Genres updated.
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