Ms. Alison Lewis

Frances Goldin Literary Agency

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Alison Lewis

Frances Goldin Literary Agency

45 Main Street, Suite 850
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Literary Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
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09/02/2022 12:25 PM
"Thanks very much for this submission. Unfortunately, I don’t feel that I am the right agent for this project, but I am grateful for the chance to read. Wishing you the best of luck with your work. "
07/18/2022 11:16 AM
EQ & first 15 pages
Memoir, 36k
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06/04/2022 05:06 PM
Profile Update: Open to queries. Genres updated.
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02/28/2022 10:12 AM
Profile Update: Changed agencies. Formerly with The Zoe Pagnamenta Agency.
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Patrick (Admin)
02/26/2022 09:22 AM
Profile Update: No longer listed on the Zoe Pagnamenta Agency website.
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06/04/2022 - Open to queries. Genres updated.
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