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Ms. Sarah Khalil

Calligraph

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Sarah Khalil

Calligraph

Boston, MA
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Website:
www.calligraphlit.com
AALA Member:
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Genres
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Cultural/Social Issues
History
Journalism
Memoir
Multicultural
Narrative
Pop Culture
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Patrick (Admin)
06/26/2023 08:35 PM
Profile Update: New agency. Formerly Kneerim & Williams.
dfair07
05/20/2022 07:03 AM
EQ historical narrative 5/09 95,000 words. clean copy but accidentally typo on her first name (didn't catch). probably won't look farther. Sorry, Sarah. Oops.
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