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Mr. Michael Mungiello

InkWell Management

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Michael Mungiello

InkWell Management

521 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2600
New York, NY 10175
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General Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
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Known Clients (current & past)
Jacques Berlinerblau
Tatiana Brailovskaya
Brian Allen Carr
S. D. Chrostowska
Jorge Luis Contreras
Matthew Gasda
Peter Jeffreys
Gregory Jusdanis
Scott Miller
James Robins
Alexander Sammartino
David Schneider
Daisuke Shen
Kelsi Sheren
Bud Smith
Scott Snibbe
Rick Tulsky
Howard Lee Weiner
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10/20/2021 10:05 AM
EQ 6/15/21
C/NR 9/6/21
09/07/2021 01:32 PM
EQ: 8/16/21
CNR: 9/7/21
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