Ms. Nicole Eisenbraun

Ginger Clark Literary

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Nicole Eisenbraun

Ginger Clark Literary

176 Amity Road Suite 132
Woodbridge, CT 06525
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Website:
gingerclarkliterary.com
AALA Member:
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Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
E-Mail
Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Middle Grade
Young Adult

Non-Fiction

Juvenile/Graphic
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Known Clients (current & past)
Jenny Mattern
Grace Smith
Author Comments
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Marion_Cleborne
04/09/2024 04:44 PM
Email Query: 3/4/24
Marking as CNR: 4/9/24

63K MG Fantasy

Y_K_Hu
03/25/2024 03:11 AM
YA Urban Fantasy, 242k

EQ: 3 / 3 / 24
CNR (which she says is a rejection after three weeks): 3 / 25 / 24
writingbubbly
03/17/2024 11:30 AM
interview: http://www.literaryrambles.com/2021/09/agent-spotlight-nicole-eisenbraun.html
k_arch
03/14/2024 09:31 PM
Query: 1/8
Partial Req: 1/16
Form Reject: 3/13
Cs2719682
02/20/2024 05:40 PM
Q: 12/28
Partial Request (first 50 pages): 1/2
Rejected 2/20

YA sci-fi 99k



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Profile History
Last Update:
07/12/2021 - Changed agencies. Formerly with Curtis Brown.
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