Ms. Anne Hawkins

John Hawkins & Associates, Inc.

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Anne Hawkins

John Hawkins & Associates, Inc.

80 Maiden Lane, Suite 1503
New York, NY 10038
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Website:
www.jhalit.com
AALA Member:
Yes (Visit Site)
Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Postal Mail
E-Mail
Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Commercial
Historical
Literary Fiction
Mystery
Thrillers/Suspense

Non-Fiction

History
Nature/Ecology
Science/Technology
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Casey McFarland
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Stefanie Pintoff
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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this agent.
KT1525
02/15/2023 12:15 PM
EQ: 100k Sci-Fi general submission to John Hawkins & Associates.
Fastest form rejection ever, 1 hour later:

Many thanks for your note. This material doesn't seem quite right for us, but I'm sure other agents will feel differently. We wish you the best of luck elsewhere and many thanks again for the opportunity to read your work.

Yours sincerely
John Hawkins & Associates

I assume this was an automatic/AI rejection.
Catlin22
01/20/2023 10:31 AM
1/18 - Email query - 86K historical mystery
1/20 - Polite rejection - same as other members: "While this sounds like a strong project, I'm afraid it doesn't strike me as a likely fit with me and my particular editorial contacts."
Thankful that she replied.
angelsteele
01/19/2023 09:31 PM
EQ 01/17/2023 - bounced back as undeliverable, resent today.
EQ 01/17/2023 - bounced back as undeliverable.

This is the message I keep getting:

Delivery has failed to these recipients or groups:

anniehawk@aol.com
Your message couldn't be delivered. Despite repeated attempts to contact the recipient's email system it didn't respond.

Contact the recipient by some other means (by phone, for example) and ask them to tell their email admin that it appears that their email system isn't accepting connection requests from your email system. Give them the error details shown below. It's likely that the recipient's email admin is the only one who can fix this problem.
Tami1005J
01/19/2023 04:33 PM
query 1/17/2023
Adult Speculative Fiction, 76K

ER 1/19/2023
"While this sounds like a strong project, I'm afraid it doesn't strike me as a likely fit with me and my particular editorial contacts. I wish you well in finding the right agent for your work."
1edpsf1
12/28/2022 06:06 AM
query: 6Dec22
decline: 12Dec22
"Thank you for thinking of me with your query for THE INTERIM SOLUTION. While this sounds like a strong project, I'm afraid it doesn't strike me as a likely fit with me and my particular editorial contacts. I wish you well in finding the right agent for your work.
Anne Hawkins"
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