Ms. Barbara Jones

Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency, Inc.

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Barbara Jones

Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency, Inc.

6 East 39th Street, Suite 500
New York, NY 10016
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


General Fiction
Literary Fiction


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Patrick (Admin)
08/03/2023 05:32 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
06/09/2022 07:05 AM
EQ: 2022-02-15, Literary, Historical, Humorous, 98K
CNR: 2022-05-31
01/30/2022 03:53 PM
Email query: 11/22/21
CNR: 1/30/22
Upmarket fiction, 92K

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10/18/2021 12:24 PM
EQ: 20 September, 2021
CNR: 18 October, 2021

adult 83k LitFic
09/24/2021 04:06 PM
EQ -- 9/24/2021 Spec fiction 84K
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08/03/2023 - Closed to queries.
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