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Mr. Evan Brown

Transatlantic Literary Agency

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Evan Brown

Transatlantic Literary Agency

Toronto, ON
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Literary Fiction
Science Fiction


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12/23/2022 04:30 PM
by referral only
05/19/2021 03:49 PM
Literary thriller CNR @ 96 days
04/22/2021 12:20 AM
You typically get referrals through friends of his or by meeting him at a literary function, such as a pitch event.
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Patrick (Admin)
04/17/2021 02:21 PM
Profile Update: Query by referral only. Thanks marinawolf
04/17/2021 01:19 PM
His page says "Evan is currently open to submissions by referral only."

For those of you who have queried lately, how did you get the referral?
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