Ms. Hafizah Geter

Janklow & Nesbit Associates

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Hafizah Geter

Janklow & Nesbit Associates

285 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017
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Literary Fiction


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01/17/2024 01:27 PM
85k nonfiction/memoir
query via email 12/9/23
02/14/2023 10:11 AM
EQ 12/15. No response yet.
01/17/2023 03:56 AM
EQ end of November
Full Request start of December

(sorry no time to add specific dates, but it was within a week).

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11/16/2022 08:50 PM
EQ: 11/15/22
Full Request: 11/15/22

LGBT Literary Fiction
11/29/2021 10:20 AM
11/22/21 - Email Query
11/29/21 - Full Request

80K Lit Fic
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