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Ms. Leah Pierre

Ladderbird Literary Agency

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Leah Pierre

Ladderbird Literary Agency

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General Fiction
New Adult
Picture Book
Science Fiction
Young Adult


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Laura De La Cruz
Laura A. De La Cruz
Author Comments
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02/22/2024 03:40 PM
From her bio on the agency website: "Leah is exclusively looking for Black, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian, and Pacific Islander voices with or without LGBTIQA+ intersectionality—basically anyone underrepresented and/or marginalized. "
02/22/2024 03:10 PM
QM - 2/22/24
62k romance
02/22/2024 10:49 AM
Afro-Fantasy 107k
QF: 2/20/2024

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02/08/2024 02:42 PM
Profile Update: Open to queries.
02/02/2024 08:21 PM
#DVPit Request
FQ: 2/2/2024
Type: YA Speculative Fiction and Mystery
Word Count 87k
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02/08/2024 - Open to queries.
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