Mr. Michael Nardullo

Levine Greenberg Rostan Literary Agency

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Michael Nardullo

Levine Greenberg Rostan Literary Agency

NY
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www.lgrliterary.com
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Literary Fiction
Science Fiction

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Biography
General Non-Fiction
Relationship/Dating
Science/Technology
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calgoth
01/17/2024 01:00 PM
Per Publisher's Lunch 1/17/24: Mike Nardullo will join as vice president, director of subsidiary rights for the Simon & Schuster division. He was formerly at Levine Greenberg Rostan Literary Agency.

TILT1988
10/09/2023 12:21 PM
FQ: 4.10.2023 72k Speculative Fiction
CNR: 10.9.2023

Catsamoa79
05/04/2022 11:43 AM
EQ: 2/26/22
CNR: 5/4/22
TooMuchCoffeeMan
03/28/2022 11:34 AM
CNR @ 51 days
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